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Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Suzanne Somers and Famous Hollywood Celebrities to Headline at A4M's World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine
Date:11/7/2013

tp://www.worldhealth.net/about-a4m/infinity-award-recipients/">Infinity Award, the highest honor bestowed by the A4M, a non-profit scientific medical society of 26,000 physician and scientific members from 120 nations. A4M bestows this award to Gov. Schwarzenegger to recognize his early leadership role in securing landmark funding in the area of stem cell research, piloting an initiative to direct $3 billion in government funds to the field. In addition, the Infinity Award recognizes Gov. Schwarzenegger's lifetime of accomplishments as a champion bodybuilder, Hollywood action hero, successful businessman, environmentalist, philanthropist, best-selling author, and California's 38th Governor. He is also the founder of the non-profit organization R20: Regions of Climate Action and the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, which is devoted to seeking bipartisan solutions to public policy issues.

Actress, author, and health advocate Suzanne Somers will present evidence to demonstrate the wide-ranging health benefits of natural bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Thanks to the educational efforts of both the A4M and Ms. Somers, BHRT is now widely considered a safe and effective therapy for maintaining youthful metabolism, physical health, mental and emotional wellness, and vitality at any age.

ER physician and host of the Emmy award-winning talk show, "The Doctors," Travis Stork, MD will share insights to empower patients to achieve "Your Best Life." Gynecologist Judith Reichman, MD will present evidence to help "Slow Your Clock Down," based on approaches to combat aging as seen on her public television series "Straight Talk on Menopause."

Complementing the appearances of these celebrities are over 80 medical and scientific experts speaking on diverse facets of the science of
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