Hello, I’m Suzanne Somers and I’d like to personally invite you to
attend this exciting CME event, Healthy Aging for the 21st Century.
Join me and our expert panel of speakers for an unforgettable educational
experience on June 25-27, 2010, at the Salt Palace Convention Center
in Salt Lake City, Utah. Spend three days with us as we explore our
ability to Restore, Regenerate and Integrate as a healthy approach to
aging. I look forward to seeing you all at this special event!
Special Keynote SpeaKer
Ms. Somers is one of America’s most popular and beloved
personalities. In a multifaceted career spanning nearly
three decades, she has achieved extraordinary success as an
actress, singer, comedienne, New York Times bestselling
author, entrepreneur and lecturer. In her most recent book,
“KNOCKOUT: Interviews with Doctors Who Are Curing
Cancer – And How to Prevent Getting it in the First Place”
(Crown; 2009), Suzanne authoritatively takes on a disease
she’s conquered herself – cancer. “KNOCKOUT” debuted
at #1 on the New York Times bestsellers list, and also
appeared on the bestseller lists of USA Today, The Wall
Street Journal and Publishers Weekly. We are honored to
have her speak on issues surrounding hormone replace-
ment and cancer prevention. Suzanne Somers has been an
incredible asset in bringing these issues, so whole-heartedly
believed in by this group of physicians, to the forefront of
minds in the general public. We are deeply indebted to her
for this increased awareness.
John adamS, c.p.a., m.B.a. lynne mcFarland, ph.d.
President/CEO, Cenegenics Medical Institute VA Research Health Science Specialist
VA Puget Sound Healthcare System
chriStopher centeno, m.d. Affiliate Associate Professor, Department of
Medical Director, Regenerative Sciences, Inc. Medicinal Chemistry, University of Washington
Medical Director, Centeno-Schultz Clinic and Spinal Injury Foundation
Dr. Centeno is the Co-Editor in Chief of, “Whiplash and Related timothy mcKniGht, m.d.
Disorders” published by Haworth Medical Press, and author of Board Certified Family Physician
“The Spine Dictionary”. Dr. McKnight is the Medical Director of the Healthy
Community Outreach Program, a federally funded
program whose objective is to teach and promote
nicholaS Gonzalez, m.d.
nutrition, fitness, stress management, hormone therapy
Private Practice, New York City
and disease prevention in rural communities. Over 700
Dr. Gonzalez is a featured physician in Suzanne Somers’ graduates have completed his intense, 12-week course.
latest book, “KNOCKOUT”. He is also the author of, “The
Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer: One Solution to the
Medical Enigma of our Time” and “One Man Alone: An Gerard mullin, m.d.
Investigation of Nutrition, Cancer and William Donald Kelley”. Director of Integrative Nutrition Services, Johns
Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
Dr. Mullin is nationally and internationally renowned for
niSha JacKSon, ph.d., Whcnp, hhp
his work in Gastroenterology and Nutrition. He is the
Founder and Owner, Ventana Wellness PC
Associate Editor for, ”Integrative Medicine: A Clinicians
As a gynecological practitioner, a licensed holistic health care Journal”, and has been selected by Dr. Andrew Weil to
practitioner and a certified hormone expert, Nisha Jackson has act as Senior Editor of the first book for physicians on
seen more than 15,000 patients for hormone abnormalities in her Integrative Gastroenterology by Oxford Press.
southern Oregon based specialty practices. She is a TV personality,
national lecturer, motivational speaker and host of a weekly live
radio wellness program, now in its seventh year. She is also the Stephen olmStead, m.d.
author of, “The Hormone Survival Guide to Perimenopause” Chief Science Officer, Klaire Labs and ProThera, Inc.
and “Surviving the Teenage Hormone Takeover”.
JoSeph raFFaele, m.d. Bill StillinG, r.ph., J.d.
Co-founder, PhysioAge Medical Group, Attorney at Law, Parsons, Behle & Latimer
New York City Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacotherapy,
CEO, PhysioAge Systems University of Utah College of Pharmacy
Mr. Stilling offers his uniquely topical legal expertise,
neal rouzier, m.d. with an emphasis in drug and medical device law, dietary
Medical Director and Owner, Preventive supplements and nutraceuticals, health care and life
Medicine Clinics of the Desert science, regulatory issues, privacy law and health care
fraud and abuse.
Dr. Rouzier is the Instructor and Medical
Coordinator of the 2-day Seminar Series,
Mastering the Protocols for Optimization of michael WeSt, ph.d.
Hormone Replacement Therapy (Beginning Part CEO, Biotime Inc. CEO, Embryome Sciences
I and Advanced Parts II and III), and author of, Author of, “The Immortal Cell – One Scientist’s Quest
“How to Achieve Healthy Aging, Why Everyone to Solve the Mystery of Human Aging”
Should Replace Hormones, A Review of the
Julian WhitaKer, m.d.
Director, Whitaker Wellness Institute
tamara Simon, m.d. Dr. Whitaker is the author of the popular monthly
Medical Director and Owner, Rocky Mountain newsletter “Health and Healing”, which has reached more
GYN and Hormone Center than 3 million households since 1991. He is the author
Author (not yet published) “Menopause Doesn’t of 13 books including, “The Whitaker Wellness Weight
Pause, You’re in it for the Rest of your Life” Loss Program”, “Reversing Diabetes”, “Reversing Heart
Board Certified as an OB-GYN, Dr. Simon Disease”, “Reversing Hypertension”, “Shed 10 years
dropped her OB practice in 2003 to focus in 10 Weeks”, and “Dr. Whitaker’s Guide to Natural
exclusively on hormone balancing. She currently Healing”. Dr. Whitaker is the Host of The Dr. Whitaker
has over 15,000 menopausal women seeking Show running from 2006 to present, and Founder of the
treatment options in age management therapies. Whitaker Health Freedom Foundation and the Freedom
of Health Foundation.
Friday, June 25, 2010
re, 7:00-8:00 a.m. registration 11:45-12:45 p.m. 4:00-4:45 p.m.
Biomarkers of aging: Essential estrioL, the forgotten estrogen:
8:00-8:15 a.m. Tools for the Next Generation Its Weakness is its Strength
opening remarks and introduction Age Management Physician Tamara Simon, m.D.
Joseph raffaele, m.D.
8:15-9:15 a.m. 4:45-5:30 p.m.
an updated Literature review of hrt: 12:45-1:45 p.m. LegaL Traps for The Unwary:
The Controversy and Political Games Luncheon and Lecture (non-cme) Multiple State and Federal
Continue teLomeres BioLogy: The Emerging Licensing Requirements
neal rouzier, m.D. Paradigm Shift & Compliance with State
noel Patton – TA Sciences Illegal Remuneration Laws
in Structuring Financial
chaLLenging paradigms in the 1:45-2:30 p.m. Relationships
treatment of heart disease heaLthcare reform: The Impact Bill Stilling, r.Ph, J.D.
Julian Whitaker, m.D. on Age Management Medicine
John e. Adams, C.P.A., m.B.A.
exhiBit haLL Break 2:30-3:30 p.m.
the importance and use of
10:45-11:45 a.m. proBiotics in intestinaL heaLth
conquering death: Therapy, Diagnosis, Lynne mcFarland, Ph.D.
and Conditions Related to Telomere
Length and/or Telomerase Activity 3:30-4:00 p.m.
michael D. West, Ph.D. exhiBit haLL Break
Saturday, June 26, 2010
7:30-8:00 a.m. registration 1:30-2:30 p.m.
remarkaBLe case studies from Sunday, June 27, 2010
8:00-9:00 a.m. dr. gonzaLez’s practice fiLes
an updated Literature review on hrt and 7:30-8:00 a.m. registration
nicholas Gonzalez, m.D.
cancer: Hormones Don’t Cause Cancer but Have
Shown to be Cancer Protective 2:30-3:30 p.m. 8:00-9:00 a.m.
neal rouzier, m.D. integrative treatment teens and hormones:
strategies for type 2 diaBetes How Do Parents and their Kids
9:00-10:00 a.m. Survive Treatment Strategies and
Julian Whitaker, m.D.
using aduLt stem ceLLs in orthopedics: Recommendations
Helping Patients Avoid More Invasive Surgeries 3:30-4:00 p.m. nisha Jackson, Ph.D,
Christopher Centeno, m.D. exhiBit haLL Break WHCnP, HHP
10:00-10:30 a.m. 4:00-5:00 p.m. 9:00-10:00 a.m.
exhiBit haLL Break overview and introduction ionized water: An Alternative
to gut heaLth:
Therapy for Oxidative Stress
10:30-11:30 a.m. Treatment Strategies and Timothy mcKnight, m.D.
nutritionaL approaches to cancer Recommendations
prevention: It’s Not a One-Size Fits All Gerard mullin, m.D. 10:00-10:30 a.m.
nicholas Gonzalez, m.D. exhiBit haLL Break
11:30-12:30 p.m. vetting off-shore stem ceLL 10:30-12:30 p.m.
keynote speaker cLinics: Which are the Brain, gut, microfLora
More Likely to be Credible? connection in aging
Christopher Centeno, m.D. Stephen olmstead, m.D.
Luncheon and Lecture (Non-CME) cloSinG remarKS
product and practice soLutions for
the 21st century
Dana A. Burnett, CPh.T. – medQuest Solutions
SympoSium June 25-27, 2010 - 9) Describe how being weak makes estriol strong, and examine
estriol’s safety and efficacy
10) Explore estriol’s current, past and potential uses
1) Review the recent literature that proves hormones 11) Describe federal and state illegal remunerations laws that
are protective against cardiovascular disease and impact the financial relationships between various providers
should be taken long term for maximum protection and between providers and referral sources
which is in contrast to current recommendations
12) To provide literature for patients that explains optimal replacement
2) Discuss how hormone deprivation can lead to increased of hormones decreases overall morbidity and mortality from
morbidity and mortality, whereas replacing the cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal disease and cancer
appropriate hormones prevents this deterioration in
health as opposed to some hormones that do the opposite 13) Review the pathophysiology of cancer protection via hormones
and their effect on up-regulation of genes, decrease in visceral
3) Discuss human embryonic stem cells, induced fat and production of protective proteins
pluripotent stem (iPS) cells, and the reversal of
the developmental aging of human cells through 14) Discuss proper patient selection for stem cell therapy
transcriptional reprogramming and discuss long term complications and tracking
4) Understand the concept of a practical biomarker 15) Determine which nutritional approach suits which
of physiological aging in the context of the patient using factors such as cultural differences, eating
National Institute on Aging’s claim that there are practices and individualized nutritional goals
as of yet no validated biomarkers of aging
16) Learn how to evaluate food biochemically and physiologically
5) Learn about five biomarkers of aging which, to determine the right diet for each patient
when combined, result in an informative overall
picture of a patient’s aging process 17) Discuss how aggressive nutritional-dietary treatment can
be an effective strategy for regression of advanced cancers
6) Understand the role of probiotics in intestinal health
18) Learn a simple methodology to help patients vet credible
7) Evaluate the scientific evidence for health benefits from likely non-credible therapies
of probiotics for intestinal diseases
19) Discuss the root causes of digestive disorders in the USA
8) Understand the rationale behind choosing the - in epidemic proportions
appropriate probiotic strain to the specific
disease condition 20) Provide an overview of natural and food-based approaches to
digestive health and wellness
21) Identify the five pillars of hormone wellness in a female
adolescent; diet, sleep, stress moderation, exercise and
Special conFerence eventS – non cme
22) Identify the hormone destroyers of female adolescent
hormones; environment, toxins, diet, stress and obesity
23) Appreciate that life within a biofilm is the preferred the emerging paradigm Shift
mode of existence for microbes friday, JUne 25, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m. prodUcT and pracTice soLUTions
24) Understand what a biofilm is and the advantages it confers open to aLL attendees and incLudes for The 21sT cenTUry
on microbes a compLimentary Lunch saTUrday, JUne 26, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Presented by Noel Patton open To aLL aTTendees and
25) Comprehend the potential use of supplemental hydrolytic Sponsored by TA Sciences incLUdes a compLimenTary LUnch
enzymes to disrupt pathogenic biofilm
Presented by Dana A. Burnett, CPh.T.
26) Review the role of oxidative stress in chronic disease BUiLding The pracTice yoU wanT Sponsored by MedQuest Solutions
wiTh The soLUTions yoU need:
27) Review the scientific evidence for the medical benefits of
tools to develop your cash practice
ionized water paLLadiUm Lipoic compLex
friday, JUne 25, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
(poLy-mVa): an integrative
28) Develop a greater understanding of the use of and scientific Presented by Jerry Fortunato, M.B.A.
support for non-pharmaceutical therapies for lowering approach to age management
COO, PhysioAge Practice Solutions
blood sugar and protecting against diabetic complications, and degenerative diseases
particularly in noninsulin-dependent diabetes sUnday, JUne 27, 7:00 – 7:45 a.m.
sTarT yoUr own sUccessfUL Presented by James Forsythe,
29) Create familiarity with the scientific documentation preVenTiVe -aging pracTice M.D., HMD
regarding the efficacy of coronary artery bypass and angioplasty/ saturday, June 26, 7:00 – 7:45 a.m.
stent placement in the treatment of cardiovascular disease AMARC Enterprises
Presented by Gregory Petersburg, D.O.
30) Understanding nutritional and noninvasive approaches Founder, Renascence
to cardiovascular disease that engender overall health
modern weighT Loss: Fact & Fiction
31) Discuss the impact of healthcare reform for integrative
practitioners saturday, June 26, 7:00 – 7:45 a.m.
Presented by Stuart Porter, D.O.
Application for Cme credit has been filed with the American
Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.
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