Therapeutic Advancements and Analytical Tools to Defy Age-Related Diseases, by Jeffrey Bland, PhD

In this column from Integrative Medicine, a Clinician’s Journal, by Jeffrey Bland, PhD, he discusses the latest therapeutic and analytical tools for age-related diseases. As an example, Bland examines damage to our DNA and screening for the presence of clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential. He says, “this type of technology will soon support the personalization of approaches to both the prevention and treatment of age-related diseases, which have historically been characterized as beyond our control.”

We are at the start of an era that will one day be looked upon as the age of Age-Related Diseases, by Jeffrey Blandprecision personalized lifestyle health care. This article is the first in a series in which I will be examining new tools and research that I believe is paving the path forward and leading to exciting times ahead. ~ Jeffrey Bland, PhD.

In this article you will learn about analytical tools that defy age-related diseases, from Jeffrey Bland, PhD:

1. Hematopoietic Stem Cells: Stand By for Breakthrough Discoveries
2. Inflammasome Activity as a Therapeutic Target for Age-related Disease
3. What Is the Connection Between the fasting-mimicking diet  (FMD) and the Reduction of Age-related Chronic Diseases?