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Antiaging Medicine and Research Conference "INDOMEDICON 2014" to be Held in Mumbai in Collaboration with World Anti-aging Network & Medical Wellness Association USA
Date:12/3/2013

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2) Anti-aging physicians have somehow projected themselves as separate from the other specializations.
3) Anti-aging physicians and pharmacies are possibly somewhat possessive of their products and prescriptions.
4) There is a lack of dialogue and debate between anti-aging physicians and other specialty physicians (for and against protocols).

The time has arrived for anti-aging physicians and other specialty physicians to come together on a platform and have a strong and fruitful discussion about this wellness approach, its protocols and products, and the future of anti-aging medicine. In an attempt to bring various specializations together to discuss the aging process and anti-aging approach, “Anti-aging Medicine And Research (AMAR)” conducts frequent workshops and annual conferences.

After successful conferences in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013, the next I NDOMEDICON - 2014: 5th “Anti-aging Medicine And Research (AMAR)” Conference is to be held in collaboration with the World Anti-aging Network and Medical Wellness Association USA, on the 14th, 15th and 16th of February 2014 at Holiday Inn, Mumbai.

“Anti-aging Medicine and Research (AMAR)” India, Medical Wellness Association USA, and the

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