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Aging to Be Reversed through Revolutionary New Category of Diagnostics
Date:9/23/2013

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Active Life Scientific, Inc., develops a technology that enables the reversal and prevention of tissue degeneration, such as ailments experienced by the aging population. Active Life proudly announces the release of a white paper introducing their technological vision, coined Quantified Touch.

For ages, doctors have used their hands to touch patients in order to study and subjectively diagnose an array of diseases that can alter the physical properties of tissue.  The 'touch assay,' scientifically known as the physical and material properties of tissues, was enabled by world-renowned Dr. Paul Hansma's most recent invention, Reference Point Indentation.  The innovative concept is enabling previously impossible scientific discoveries and entirely new therapeutic approaches to precisely and objectively treat tissue degeneration.

Prolonged life expectancy is a great feat, however it does not translate to an increased quality of life. "Quantified Touch technologies are enabling a better understanding of the materials that determine our quality of life, facilitating an improved quality of life," stated Davis Brimer, Active Life's Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, "this is directly in line with Active Life's vision."

The technical white paper provides detail into this new category of diagnostic assays that Active Life and its leading customers and collaborators are introducing around the globe; partnerships include some of the world's top pharmaceutical companies and renowned researchers. 

"Quantified Touch: A New Sense for Research and Diagnostics" is available to download here: http://www.activelifescientific.com/downloads/QuantifiedTouch.pdf

About Active Life
Active Life Scientific, Inc. is a Santa Barbara, CA based company that envisions a world where people live an excellent quality of life throughout their entire lifespan. The company provides cost-effective research and diagnostic instruments for translational testing of tissue health. Active Life enables the discovery, development, and medical practice of new treatments for preventing and reversing tissue degeneration. The Company's products are based on world renowned inventor Dr. Paul Hansma's latest breakthrough, Reference Point Indentation. For additional information, please contact Corporate Communications or visit www.activelifescientific.com.

Media Contact: Jennifer Rios, Active Life Scientific, Inc., +1 (805) 770-2600 x102, jen@activelifescientific.com

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