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Bill Faloon to Present on What's Delaying Advances in Regenerative Medicine
The Palm Beach Business Group is proud to host Bill Faloon as he presents his findings on what is delaying advances in regenerative medicine. Bill Faloon is co-founder of the LifeExtension® group (1977) and Age Reversal Network (2017) and has prevailed against the FDA in federal courts. He has made it his mission to expose bureaucratic roadblocks preventing age-delayed therapies from reaching patients sooner.
By: Palm Beach Business Group
The presentation will focus on the following: Lifesaving therapies delayed by bureaucratic edict, the FDA's historic obstruction of anti-aging research, and How dietary supplements almost got reclassified as "drugs." Prior indictments of GNC executives; Promising benefits of off-label medications;
This promises to be an informative event for those interested in learning more about the current state of regenerative medicine and what can be done to speed up its advancement. Attorney Jonathan Emord will also be presenting. He will describe how the FDA tried to censor information about rigorously tested lifesaving compounds and how he defeated the FDA in federal courts.
Attendees can expect a comprehensive overview of the current state of regenerative medicine, including recent discoveries of age delay/ age reversal technologies. They will also learn how dietary supplements came close to being reclassified as drugs and strategies we can use to expedite clinical trials for new treatments. This promises to be an enlightening event for anyone interested in this rapidly advancing field! Register today!
1001 Okeechobee Blvd
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
6:00 - 7:00 PM: Reception (hors d'oeuvres, beer, and wine)
7:00 - 7:45 PM: Bill Faloon's eye-opening presentation
7:45 - 8:15 PM: Jonathon Emord
8:15 - Personal interactions with Bill and Jonathan
Cost: $30, including drinks and hors d'oeuvres.
Zoom access will be without charge.
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Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from two of the most influential and knowledgeable healthcare leaders. With Bill Faloon's presentation on what is delaying advances in regenerative medicine, followed by Attorney Jonathan Emord's discussion about how FDA tried to censor information about lifesaving compounds, you will gain a better understanding of these topics and be motivated into actionable steps that can help hasten medical advancements. Register now for this live event hosted by the Palm Beach Business Group! It promises to be an inspiring evening with amazing insights into healthcare innovations.
"We all grow older. But is Aging a disease? If so, can it be treated? Yes. But Cured? Maybe. The search is on for an answer. This event will provide updated information from Bill Faloon, an industry leader. The ANSWER affects you and yours." ~ Tom Ross, founder of Palm Beach Business Group.
About Palm Beach Business Group:
Launched in 1998 as a Palm Beach, Florida business networking group, the PBBG has served the business community of Palm Beach and Palm Beach County with a monthly program of interesting breakfast speakers, a networking cocktail, and a forum for early-stage companies to meet potential associates and investors. Annual special Conference Events have included a series on developing medical technologies, including slowing or reversing the aging process.
Today PBBG sponsors special company presentations throughout Palm Beach and Broward Counties, which are often related to healthy and extended aging, primarily in the medical sciences. Forthcoming financial and technology companies, including cryptocurrency developments, are also featured.
Thomas Ross is the President of the PBBG. Tom has an international business background, having lived 18 years in Africa and the Middle East, and is the former publisher of a noted global newsletter, The International Financial Strategist.
For more info: PBBusinessGroup.com
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