Anti-aging and preventative medicine in the news this week

IAS News 3 February 2012 | 1 Comment

This week the Wall Street Journal published an article called ‘What does the future of medicine hold? Tiny health monitors, tailored therapies—and the end of illness’ about the future of medicine and guess what, the writer has decided that future is Preventative medicine. Anyone who is familiar with IAS will know this is what we have been striving for the last 20 years. In the article they point to a future where diagnostics can help you monitor your body for early disease detection or to judge if a certain protocol or product is working for you.
But unlike the article we don’t think it has to be in some misty eyed future, it is possible today with devices like the Bio CUFF at home arterial stiffness measure. With the CUFF you can access the hardness or your arteries, helping predict the likelihood of heart attack (the biggest killer in the western world) and strokes and monitor if your health regime is actually working.
We will have a lot more to say about this branch of preventative medicine in the coming months with many exciting products lined up, but for now we are content to be able to bring the world’s first at home arterial stiffness monitor.

Here’s the link to the original article

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