Handbook of Anti-Aging Medicine
This handbook focuses on different aspects of anti-aging and both preventive and regenerative medicine. It includes analysis of the paradigm of ageing and concepts of anti-aging medicine.
Standards and technologies are highlighted in over twenty chapters all authored by international experts in regenerative medicine.
Topics covered include:
• Ageing, aging, and anti-aging: A Decalogue for anti-aging medicine
• Lessons from Sicilian centenarians for anti-aging medicine
• Molecular biomarkers and genetic aspects of aging
• Future of peptides in clinical practice
• Mitochondrial approaches in anti-aging medicine and in SARS-CoV2 infection
• Tissue-specific autoantibodies in preventive medicine
• Chronic stress as a psycho-neuro-immunological dysfunction
• Gut-associated immune system and its health implications
• Regenerative medicine with platelet-rich-plasma
• Alzheimer’s disease: Preventive and anti-aging neurology
• Autistic spectrum disorder and mitochondrial medicine
• Integrative hormonal approach in anti-aging medicine
• Preventive cardiology and phlebology
• Aesthetic and anti-aging medicine
• Preventive ophthalmology
• Preventive oncology
• Nutrition in healthy aging
• Physical activity and fitness paradigms for anti-aging and longevity
Recommended reading for clinicians working in anti-aging medicine as well as ageing people. The authors hope it will set a new “standard of anti-aging medicine” and as a tool in planning for the inevitable challenges we all will face caring for ageing patients and creating preventive-health programs.
About the Author
Dr. Arseniy Trukhanov is a Doctor of biology who holds a PhD in medical engineering and is a specialist in restorative and aesthetic medicine, and rehabilitation and digital aging technologies. His main professional interest is modern technologies for the express diagnostic and restoration of functional reserve and the patient’s biological age. Dr. Trukhanov is a Co-Founder of the Academy of Active Longevity, a former Chairman of the National Association of Restoration and Rehabilitation Medicine, and Ex-President of the European Society of Preventive, Regenerative and Anti-Aging Medicine.
Professor Dato’ Sri Dr. Mike K.S. Chan is a pioneer of Cellular and Cell Membrane Therapy in Europe and Asia since the early 1980’s. He founded one of the world’s largest researchers of Bio-Molecular Medicine based in Switzerland and Germany with a global presence in almost eighty countries. He has conducted more than 1,000 lectures, seminars, and symposiums worldwide in the fields of antiaging, cell regeneration, regenerative medicine, and stem-cell therapies.
Professor Dr. Vittorio Calabrese, MD, PhD. is Professor of Clinical Biochemistry at the School of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Catania (Italy) in the Department of Biomedical and Biotechnological Sciences. He is the Director of the School of Specialization in Clinical Pathology and Clinical Biochemistry at the University of Catania, the University of Messina (Italy), and the University of Palermo (Italy). Areas of research interest include the role of oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction in aging, neurodegenerative disorders, and longevity. His research results have been reported in over 170 scientific papers published in widely cited scholarly international journals. Professor Calabrese is the Vice President of the European Society of Preventive, Regenerative and Anti-Aging Medicine.
Professor Dr. Michael Papacharalampous holds a PhD in haematology and completed his post-graduate studies in internal medicine and ultrasound. He is the current President of Greece’s Open Health Alliance of medical doctors and centres. In collaboration with the Greek National Research Centre, Department of Aging, he implemented new diagnostic and treatment protocols. As General Secretary of the European Society of Preventive, Regenerative and Anti-Aging Medicine, he organized the Athens ECOPRAM European Society of Prev