For almost 40 years, Bill Faloon and his Life Extension group have uncovered pioneering approaches for preventing and treating the diseases of aging. These avant-garde medical advances were meticulously chronicled in Life Extension’s publications long before conventional doctors recognized them. These achievements include being the first to recommend low-dose aspirin to reduce heart attack risk (1983), coenzyme Q10 to mitigate heart failure, and melatonin (1992) to protect immunity and improve sleep.
In order to enlighten the world to these life-saving therapies, Bill Faloon compiled a 1500-page medical reference book titled Disease Prevention and Treatment in 2003. To educate about Life Extension’s innovative medical concepts, Bill Faloon has been featured in hundreds of media appearances throughout the United States including The Phil Donahue Show, The Joan Rivers Show, Tony Brown’s Journal, ABC News Day One, and Newsweek magazine. Since its inception, the Life Extension group has provided funding for over $180 million of biomedical research.