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Staying Young, A Growing Demand By Prof.Naima Abdulghani

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Noor Conference | Global Knowledge Forum | http://www.noor.org.sa | Day 2 - Panel 4 - Staying Young, A Growing Demand By Prof.Naima Abdulghani

Noor Conference | Global Knowledge Forum | http://www.noor.org.sa | Day 2 - Panel 4 - Staying Young, A Growing Demand By Prof.Naima Abdulghani

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  • 1. Anti-Aging Medicine “Staying Young – A Growing Demand” Healthy-Aging Medicine Naima Abdel-Ghany, MD, PhD, FACPM 
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  • 5. Anti-aging Program
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  • 18. Anti-aging movement attracts patients willing to spend heavily to look and feel younger and doctors eager to cater to them 
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    • Physicians who prescribe Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, such as Thyroid, Adrenal, Progesterone, Testosterone and hGH say they aim to return patients’ hormone levels close to those of younger age groups and patients are closely monitored.
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    • If there is anything that anti-aging physicians possess, it’s confidence in the future and in their ability to change the face of medicine
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  • 22. MEDICINE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
    • Preventive
    • Holistic
    • Physical/Emotional/
    • Spiritual/Balanced Health
    • Management of Underlying
    • Reason of Illness at the
    • Cellular Level
    • Immunotherapy to Restore
    • Impaired Immune System
    • (Healing)
    • Natural, Noninvasive,
    • Multimodality
    • Quality & Quantity of Life
    • Vs Acute Care, Crisis-Oriented,
    • Emergency Medicine
    • vs Specialized Organ-Oriented
    • vs Physical Symptoms
    • vs Symptomatic
    • vs Conventional to Eliminate
    • Symptoms
    • vs Side effects?
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  • 24. Immunotherapy/ Healthy Aging Medicine & Comprehensive Medicine Naima Abdel-Ghany, M.D., Ph.D., FACPM 
  • 25. Healthy Aging "Staying Young, a Growing Demand“ PROPOSAL for the establishment Of a Model for Complementary Integrative Medicine As a Holistic Medicine Approach for the treatment of Chronic Diseases, Cancer and Diseases of Aging. Submitted by: Naima AbdelGhany, M.D., Ph.D., FACPM. Board Certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine, Occupational / Environmental Medicine. Medical Director The Wellness Clinic for Preventive Medicine, Immune-therapy & Anti-Aging Medicine.

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