Will Alex Zhavoronkov’s company cure aging “In silico” before porting it over to humanity? (Part 1)

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At the 2014 American Academy of Anti-Aging conference, I was pleased to interview and dine with the keynote speaker, Alex Zhavoronkov.  He is a visionary leader in business, research, and anti-aging.      In this 5:36 segment, we discuss his vision for anti-aging technologies to solve the problems of Social Security, Medicare, and the global economy.  We also discuss why …

Is Chronic Fatigue undiagnosed mold infection? Interview with Dr. Joe Brewer (Part 1)

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In this 8 1/2 minute video, I interviewed Dr. Joseph Brewer, who gave a large lecture to the delegates at the 2014 American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine. http://youtu.be/-vuDYpL8K7U Dr. Brewer is a trailblazer in the area of mold infections and has discovered that much of what we consider to be Chronic Fatigue or Fibromyalgia may actually be a treatable form …

Dr. Stephen Colbert, DFA, interviews the man who cured aging! (…and I interview his protégé)

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In this first segment, Dr. Chang explains that we really don’t know what the normal human birth endowment of telomere length is and we then discuss why lab mice have abnormally long telomeres and are therefore not a good model to study our aging.

Dr. Norm Shealy – Genius and mensche (Part 1)

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In this 5:48 video, get acquainted with Dr. Norm Sheely, the alpha and the omega, the rear and avant guard, and a really spiffy gent rockin’ a bolo tie.

He in the founder of the American Holistic Medicine Association and the inventor of the TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) device for rehabilitation medicine.