Aging and

Thursday 30 May 2019

8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.


An exciting topic every year

South San Francisco
Conference Center

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Perhaps the ultimate goal of medical intervention and prevention in the developed world is the extension of healthy lifespan, minimizing the maladies of aging and limiting the time during which we are incapacitated at the end of life. Scientists studying the seemingly inevitable phenomenon of aging have shown that environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors are all involved in this complex process. In this year’s conference, Personalized Medicine 12.0: Aging & Healthspan, we probe the fundamental science of aging, the expanding arsenal of therapies to help combat the ravages of age, the costs and benefits of an extended healthy lifespan, and the ethical issues involved in concierge healthcare and life extension treatments for the wealthy, while not effectively addressing the disparity among the less fortunate multitudes. Join us for a day of extraordinary presentations, thought-provoking discussion, and  memorable networking in the heart of Biotech Bay.

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Harvesting the fruits of molecular genetics
for a Third Millennium medicine
Unleashing the power of preventive medicine
Stratifying human disease

Personalized Medicine — The Time is Now


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Michael A. Goldman, Ph.D.


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