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Dr. Robert D. Willix Jr. M.D., CEO and CMO of Cenegenics(R) Medical Institute of Boca Raton Appointed Chief Medical Officer of Cenegenics(R) Medical Institute, World's Largest Preventive Age Management Practice
Date:1/13/2010

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Robert D. Willix Jr., CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Cenegenics® Medical Institute of Boca Raton, and 2009 recipient of the Alan P. Mintz Award for Clinical Excellence in Age Management Medicine, has been appointed Chief Medical Officer for Cenegenics® Medical Institute.    

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The appointment marks a new approach to medical leadership for Cenegenics®, currently the nation's largest and fastest growing age management/preventive medical institute with medical centers throughout the United States, and new centers opening in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. this month.

As CMO at Cenegenics®, Willix will implement new age management preventive medical technologies and therapies to impact the lives of Americans and how they age.  Research will concentrate on telomeres, stem cell therapies, new analysis for nutritional markers, non-hormonal derived therapies for women, new markers for aging, diagnostics and quality assurance programs to maintain a standardization of care.

"I am honored to accept this position of Chief Medical Officer and look forward to this new chapter in medical leadership for Cenegenics®, which continues to keep preventive age management medicine at the forefront of the medical community," remarks Willix.  "The fast-paced growth of Cenegenics® in our nation's preventive health care arena is indicative of the paradigm shift in medicine for which Cenegenics® is responsible."  

About Cenegenics®:

Established in 1997, Cenegenics® Medical Institute has developed the largest age management and preventive medicine practice in the world with centers in Boca Raton, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; Charleston, South Carolina; Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas; Los Angeles, California, Chicago, Illinois, Washington DC; Atlanta, Georgia.  With a recognized presence in the medical community, Cenegenics® incorporates a proactive, preventive approach based on solid science and a comprehensive evaluation. For more information about Cenegenics® Boca Raton, visit www.cenegenics-br.com or call 561-362-0724.  

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