Joshua Hare M.D., Alana Stewart & George Hamilton
Informative reception on Stem Cells, Aging & Longevity
Joshua Hare, M.D., Founding Director of the Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute & Chief Science officer, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine explained “How to Stay Healthy to 120 Years of Age”
Alana Stewart and George Hamilton were joined by Joshua Hare, MD, during a ‘fireside chat’ at the home of Marzia and Dale Precoda in Palm Beach. Over sixty guests defied the pouring rain to meet Alana and George and Dr. Hare, one of the world’s pioneers in stem cell therapy for heart disease and aging. The by-invitation only reception took place Tuesday, March 19, 2019.
Alana and George spoke of the remarkable results and benefits they continue to experience as the result of the allogeneic stem cell treatments (40 minute intravenous infusions) they received. “It’s been a thrill to participate in this stem cell program, and I feel it really helped my chronic fatigue syndrome and improved my bone density. I’m excited its being tested for approval in the United States,” said Alana.
After an amusing repartee between the formerly wedded duo, Dr. Hare presented a scientific presentation, entitled “How To Stay Healthy To 120 Years of Age: The Role of Stem Cells,” where he explained the state of the science and ongoing clinical trials in cell-based therapy research, and some published research results, which have shown improved physical performance, strength and mobility, increased walking distance, improved cognition, increased sexual quality of life, and decreased blood markers of inflammatory markers. The fascinated crowd continued to engage asking questions well beyond the end of the presentation.
On the host committee were Susan Lloyd, Emilia Fanjul, Terry Allen Kramer, Jane Holzer and Roni Goldsmith. Guests included Don and Michele Soffer, Beth Rudin deWoody, David Gilmour, Ambassador Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, Michele and Norman Reisman, Mai Hallingsby, Mashi Asmudeh, Molly and Larry Austin, Brewer and Chris Schoeller, Wally and Betsy Turner, Priscilla Rattazzi, Christine Schott and George Ledes.
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Longeveron, a leading regenerative medicine company developing biological solutions for aging and aging-related diseases, is conducting several research programs with stem cells. For more information, www.longeveron.com or contact JProtenic@longeveron.com or 305.909.0840