University of Miami - Miller School of Medicine Professors Release Results of IRB-Approved Retrospective Study on Hormones at November Age Management Conference

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Researchers reveal interesting findings from phase one of joint study, conducted with Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation (CERF).

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– The Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG), a medical conference–management organization presenting CME-accredited events, announced that recognized professors from the University of Miami – Miller School of Medicine will release results from phase one of a three-phase retrospective study on hormones at the November 2007 Age Management Medicine Conference and Exposition. The four-day conference runs from November 8-11 at the Red Rock Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Researchers from the University of Miami - Miller School of Medicine partnered with the Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation (CERF) to conduct the IRB-approved retrospective review study. Two respected professors from the university, Enrique Ginzburg, MD, FACS, and Nancy Klimas, MD, will present phase one of the study, entitled “Testosterone and Growth Hormone Normalization: A Retrospective Study of Health Outcomes,” at the November conference.

“The findings of phase one were extremely interesting,” Dr. Ginzburg said. Extensively published, Dr. Ginzburg is a professor of surgery at the University of Miami - Miller School of Medicine’s Divisions of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, medical director at the International Health Center, co-director at the Neuroscience Intensive Care, in addition to holding several secondary appointments.

Dr. Nancy Klimas—a recognized leader, championing research in chronic fatigue syndrome—is professor of medicine, psychology, microbiology and immunology at the University of Miami - Miller School of Medicine and the Miami VA Medical Center.

During their presentation, Drs. Ginzburg and Klimas will discuss research results of an effective program of hormone modulation for men and women, low-glycemic nutrition and exercise instruction on select outcomes indicative of disease risk and the subjective impression of quality of life in a private practice.

The November 2007 Age Management Medicine Conference and Exposition offers 28 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™. Each clinically focused session is designed to provide physicians and healthcare professionals the latest research, protocols and techniques in age management medicine, which can immediately be incorporated into their practice.

Committee chairperson and medical editor of the AMMG e-journal, Age Management Medicine, Dr. Joseph McWherter said, “In and of itself, the conference is a training course. Our distinguished panel of speakers provide the clinical tools needed to develop the key elements of healthy living—from diet and nutrition, understanding biomarkers of aging, sexual dysfunction, chemical sensitivities and toxins, hormonal balancing, basic age management interventions and best practices.”

In addition to releasing findings from the IRB-approved study, other conference highlights include Dr. Jennifer Berman, recognized authority in female urology and female sexual medicine, lecturing on emerging treatment strategies for female sexual function; Dr. Joseph McWherter examining the controversial findings and reversal on the Women’s Health Initiative study; Dr. Israel Yoles addressing the unsolved debate on treating osteopenic women; and Cenegenics’ Dr. Jeffry Life presenting a series of problematic cases, allowing attendees to engage in a frank discussion.

Future conferences will reveal the findings from phase two and three of the IRB-approved retrospective review study, conducted by Drs. Enrique Ginzburg, Nancy Klimas and CERF.

For additional information, review the online conference brochure and register for the event, visit http://www.agemed.org.

About Age Management Medicine Group:

The Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG) is a division of Red River Solutions, Inc., an organization of physicians and healthcare provides, created in 2000 for developing and managing moderate-size medical conferences. Through their favorable relationship with ACCME-accredited providers of Continuing Medical Education Credits (CMEs), the AMMG presents CME-accredited medical conferences, ensuring ethical, educational and science-based lectures. The founders of AMMG offer over 50 years of combined business experience—with 16 years in managing nonprofit physician organizations, including planning, marketing and implementing all facets of medical conferences, website design as well as management, development and distribution of print and online publications. AMMG’s experience, market focus and dedication provide customized conferences and cost-conscious services to ensure a professional, successful event.

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