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About us

The World Society of Anti-Aging Medicine has rapidly emerged as the world’s fastest-growing organization dedicated to longevity medicine. Based in Brussels, this non-profit organization is committed to advancing longevity medicine through pioneering research and informative educational events tailored for both medical professionals and the general public. The society is predominantly formed by and for physicians. The Board of Directors believes that the best way for longevity medicine to advance is by endorsing medical doctors in administering safe, evidence-based longevity therapeutics. Operating under the acronym WOSAAM, the non-profit association outlines the following objectives:

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To promote medical therapies that optimize quality of life, enhance physical and mental health, and improve longevity by slowing senescence and attenuating or reversing age-related diseases.

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To promote diagnostic methods that facilitate the detection and evaluation of age-related diseases or processes, as well as any parameters crucial for medical prevention or therapeutic interventions.

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To promote research aimed at advancing the diagnosis or treatment of age-related diseases, senescent processes, or their associated consequences.

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To engage, encourage, and support basic, biological, and general medical research, beyond healthy aging medicine, and to promote the application of research findings in clinical settings worldwide.

To achieve these objectives, the association may undertake various initiatives directly or indirectly aligned with its social mission. It may employ a range of communication methods:

  • The association may organize national or international congresses, seminars, symposia, conferences, conventions, and courses, with or without certificate awards. 

  • It aims to provide leadership and support in graduate and continuing professional education programs, while also working to develop and promote the highest standards of practice for healthy aging medicine.

  • Utilizing audiovisual mediums such as radio, television, and social networks, the association seeks to disseminate information effectively and reach a broad audience.

 

Additionally, the association is empowered to take legal action and political initiatives to intervene if institutions or medical organizations act in opposition to its established aims.

Rectification of scientific inaccuracies 

NEWS - Rectification of some scientific inaccuracies and incorrect pre-concepts on longevity medicine

 

From time to time authors criticize longevity medicine, previously called anti-aging medicine, in medical publications but their arguments are in general not supported by scientific data. These inaccuracies need rectification. This section will present corrections of various articles, supported with scientific references. 

 

LONGEVITY  MEDICINE, EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE, AIMED AT HELPING PATIENTS

 

RECTIFICATION OF THE SCIENTIFIC INACCURACIES OF THE BELGIAN MEDICAL ACADEMY OF MEDICINE’S ADVICE ON ANTI-AGING MEDICINE (APRIL 2016)

 

RECTIFICATION OF THE SCIENTIFIC INACCURACIES FOUND IN THE ARTICLE OF PROF. DR. E. COGAN (RMB 2015 DEC. 507-14) OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS

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