Terry Grossman, MD, is the founder and medical director of Frontier Medical Institute in Denver, Colorado. His longevity medical practice attracts patients, including many VIPs from around the country and the world. He graduated from Brandeis University in 1968 and the University of Florida, School of Medicine in 1979. Dr. Grossman undertook the study of nutritional and anti-aging medicine in 1994 and in 1995 opened Frontier Medical Institute in Denver, which quickly grew into one of the largest complementary medical centers in the country.
He is assistant professor of family practice at The University of Colorado School of Medicine. He is a member and board certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine as well as the American Holistic Medical Association. Dr. Grossman is also a widely sought after lecturer on longevity medicine throughout the United States and has presented keynote addresses at anti-aging seminars around the world. In addition, he is the author of the Baby Boomers' Guide to Living Forever and Fantastic Voyage: The Science Behind Radical Life Extention.
Three panelists, Dr. Robin Falkov, Dr. Terry Grossman and Jon Rappoport discussed health freedom rights, and the encroachment of Codex, which seeks to regulate dosages of vitamins and supplements.(The sale of vitamins and supplements is currently under fire in Europe, where health food manufacturers and retailers recently lost a challenge at the EU Court of Justice).
Founder of the Frontier Medical Institute, Dr. Terry Grossman, said the prospects for dramatic life extension are not far off, and suggested several changes one should make in order to live long enough to take advantage of future anti-aging technologies.