Dr. Ronald Klatz is recognized as a leading authority in the new clinical science of anti-aging medicine. For over a decade, Dr. Klatz has been integral in the pioneering exploration of new therapies for the treatment and prevention of age-related degenerative diseases. He is the physician founder and President of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine Inc. ("A4M"), a non-profit medical organization dedicated to the advancement of technology to detect, prevent, and treat aging related disease and to promote research into methods to retard and optimize the human aging process.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 2/18/98 for a discussion on immortality with Dr. Ronald Klatz. Want to live forever? ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Dr. Ronald Klatz shared research into methods for slowing the human aging process and promoting longevity. ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Ronald Klatz, founder of the American Academy of Anti-Aging, spoke at length about the Marburg outbreak in Africa. Marburg is a hemorrhagic fever (like Ebola), he explained, causing a copious loss of blood and, inevitably, death in those infected by the virus. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Dr. Ronald Klatz, founder of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, said that with new technological advances, 50% of the Baby Boomers alive today may live up to 100 years old and beyond. The ability to live longer may come from a mix of such fields as robotics, AI, nanotechnology, cloning and stem cell research. Longevity in human beings has already increased dramatically in the last one hundred years, Klatz pointed out. ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Ronald Klatz (worldhealth.net), founder of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, delved into the current controversy over stem cell research. Stem cells, which he explained are "progenitor cells" that can eventually become over 200 different types of cells, have been found in human and animal testing to have astonishing healing properties, he detailed. For instance, if injected into a person with cardiac tissue damage, the stem cells have been able to initiate a repair process in the damaged or scar tissue areas.But the technology is being actively suppressed in the United States by the religious establishment, which associates stem cells with abortions, Klatz commented. However, he pointed out that embryonic stem cells can actually be taken from amniotic fluid which doesn't harm the fetus. He speculated that the pharmaceutical industry may also have a hand in the suppression of research, because if stem cell treatments take off, this will likely make the populace less ... More »Host: Art Bell
Dr. Ronald Klatz (website) shared information on the advancement of technology to detect, prevent, and treat aging related disease and to promote research into methods to retard and optimize the human aging process. ... More »Host: Art Bell