China's Anti-Aging Revolution
China is rushing to adopt the anti-aging medical paradigm, as one of the most ancient medical systems on Earth embraces the most modern and advanced, according to the longevity website MyLongLife.com.
It culminated just weeks ago in a huge medical show, as Shanghai hosted over 20,000 physicians and medical industry specialists at the World Anti-Aging Congress and China Pharma Exposition.
MyLongLife.com reports that Chinese investors expect in next five years to build over 10,000 anti-aging hospitals, elite medical spas and anti-aging clinics - according to Dr. Robert Goldman, Chairman of the Board of the A4M, who gave the keynote speech to the gathered Chinese medical pioneers.
China's government and military authorities are to translate into Chinese over 30 different anti-aging medical books authored or co-authored by Dr. Goldman and colleague, Dr. Ronald Klatz, President of the A4M.
"It's a new era for Chinese medicine," writes MyLongLife.com.
The globe-trotting Dr. Goldman is the world's foremost ambassador for the anti-aging revolution. He recently briefed top global business leaders at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Singapore about emerging biomedical technologies which will usher in a golden age of greatly extended human longevity.
Hard on the heels of the Shanghai event, Dr. Goldman was in Dong Guan, addressing over 20,000 members of the public and representative heads of over 1,500 hospitals and medical centers, at the China Health Industry Forum sponsored by the China Medical Association.
Drs. Goldman and Klatz have been advocating since 1992 for a fundamental change in medicine's orientation towards disease. They have criticized a gerontological medical mindset, which tends to see disease in old age as more inevitable than preventable. This western attitude is not so entrenched in China, thus the surge of Chinese interest in the A4M's anti-aging methodology.
The events in China had the official backing of the Chinese government and national medical organizations, says MyLongLife.com. The A4M and the Goldman/Klatz co-founded Medical Conferences International Inc.( MCII ), now have a long-term agreement to annually co-venture the huge China Pharma conference.