June 28, 2011
Anti Ageing: Stop Your Biological Clock-- Future Health Care Speaker
Antiageing therapies, science and research -- how to stop your biological clock. 65% of health care spending on people over 65 years old. Aging process -- physiology of aging and remedies, antiaging therapies. How to stay young. 7 key mechanisms of ageing in human cells. How we share common aging processes with many other animals. Shared genetic code and cell structures. Non-aging fish and whales. Genetic basis of ageing and aging as a treatable condition. Genetic damage inside nucleus of cell, damage to mitochondrial DNA. From health to performance, from sickness to wellness. Better memory, more energy, better sexual performance - Future of health care. Patrick Dixon is a health care keynote speaker at many health conferences. How patients, clients, over the counter therapy customers, and consumers of health care products will manage their own treatment. Patient choice and public health policy changes with government budget health cuts, health care rationing, post code lotteries. Private and public funding for health care treatment. How doctors and nurses will manage patients who often know more about their own medical condition, have made their own diagnosis, have made decisions about their own treatment (patient autonomy). Impact on over the counter pharmaceutical industry, chemists, drug stores, pharmacies and retail sales of health related products. Wellbeing, disease prevention, health promotion, vitamin and health supplements, dietary supplements. Future of the pharmaceutical industry with non-prescription medicines, remedies, therapies, drugs. Prescribing new treatments using new diagnostic tools, and patient clinical care pathways. Health policy development by governments, and health insurance companies. Patient survival and increase in life expectancy with early diagnosis and treatment using equipment bought by consumers for home use. Future of the NHS and national health service, medicare in America. Funding of health care in future -- people expected to fund their own health needs.