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Cenegenics Poses Challenge to Obama for Successful Healthcare Reform
Date:5/29/2009

Global age management medicine leader urges president to learn from their proven preventive approach to solve nation's current healthcare crisis.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 29, 2009 -- Cenegenics® Medical Institute, global age management medicine leader, set a challenge to President Obama, who stated in a White House interview that he's "absolutely committed" to a healthcare plan, believing his administration will succeed in reform since escalating costs have shifted the political climate. Two Cenegenics CEOs say to truly affect change via prevention the president should pay close attention to the programs launched by the forerunners in the proactive medicine field, Cenegenics.

During a May 22nd C-SPAN interview at the White House Library with host Steve Scully, Obama said healthcare reform is needed to "bend the curve" of costs, particularly those associated with Medicare and Medicaid. Per Obama, "the stars may be aligned" to potentially produce reform if we come at it in a practical way, not with "ideological rigidity."

That's exactly Cenegenics' point. Thinking outside the box has been the foundation of their ongoing success--and it's that innovative pathway that Drs. Mickey Barber, CEO Cenegenics Carolinas, and Robert D. Willix, Jr, CEO Cenegenics Boca Raton, challenge Obama and the White House to review and take note.

"We say this to the president, 'You've met with the insurance and drug companies, why not step out of your mold and listen to the leaders in proactive healthcare? The pharmacology and insurance industries are destroying our healthcare system. If you really wa
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