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As the natural and next progression in anti-aging medicine, the A4M establishes a Center of Excellence to foster medical innovations relating to enhancement and/or extension of the healthy human lifespan. Functioning as a  world-class, university affiliated research and treatment facility unique in its focus on the investigation and application of diagnostic and treatment protocols that extend the length, and enhance the quality, of the human lifespan, The World Center for Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine unites the world's top physicians under the umbrella of a new hospital medical resort complex, to which patients will return annually to undergo a comprehensive and personalized program of rejuvenative and restorative longevity therapies."

The World Center is uniquely positioned as the crown jewel of the entire anti-aging medical movement.  As the leading international facility established to realize effective interventions that alter the detrimental course and impact of the degenerative diseases of human aging, The World Center is a state-of-the art facility at which the greatest contemporary scientific minds will conduct studies to discover the secrets of aging and devise novel, effective interventions to prolong quality and quantity of life.

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The World Center for Anti-Aging Medicine:
Center of Excellence for State-of-the-Art
Age Reversal
Twelve-Point Actionable Healthcare Plan 
A Blueprint for a Low-Cost, High-Yield Wellness Model of Healthcare.

Dr. Ronald Klatz, M.D., D.O., Executive Editor of The A4M Twelve-Point Actionable Healthcare Plan: A Blueprint for A Low Cost, High Yield Wellness Model of Healthcare, proudly served as an appointed member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Action Council on the Challenges of Gerontology, tasked to assess the factors contributing to demographic shifts, generate predictions on imminent population changes, and find novel solutions critical to business and political leaders regarding the impact of the globally aging population on the world economy.  At The World Economic Forum Summit convened in the fall 2008 in Dubai, the Global Action Council on the Challenges of Gerontology focused its valuable discussion time debating the social aspects and semantics of gerontology.  Regrettably, the work product of the 2008 meeting of the Global Action Council on the Challenges of Gerontology failed to identify specific actionable items to repair and reinvigorate the failing US healthcare system and address the real-world solvable problems associated with a globally aging population.

Thus, the contributing editors, authors and endorsing organizations of The A4M Twelve-Point Actionable Healthcare Plan: A Blueprint for A Low Cost, High Yield Wellness Model of Healthcare felt compelled to draw upon our real-world clinical experience and technical expertise in the treatment of aging related disorders, to construct a comprehensive set of actionable items to augment the report of the World Economic Forum’s Global Action Council on the Challenges of Gerontology and provide practicable “here and now” solutions to the crisis of global aging.  

The contributing editors, authors and endorsing organizations to The A4M Twelve-Point Actionable Healthcare Plan: A Blueprint for A Low Cost, High Yield Wellness Model of Healthcare submit this White Paper as a low-cost, high-yield solution to the healthcare dilemma facing our nation and many other countries that are grappling with the economic, social, and political shifts associated with an aging population. We submit that the anti-aging medical model brings forth actionable ideas to positively, tangibly, and dramatically benefit society. Thus, The A4M Twelve-Point Actionable Healthcare Plan: A Blueprint for A Low Cost, High Yield Wellness Model of Healthcare aims to significantly improve and extend the healthy human lifespan, while delivering a profound net economic savings in terms of the conservation of worker productivity and the reduction of disability and hospitalization costs, and the burden of costs associated with chronic long-term medical conditions. 

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