Sharing Telomere Secrets At Rome Conference

rome-anti-aging-conferenceI left for Rome last week.

I went to a conference on “tissue science and regenerative medicine.” I’m giving a lecture on telomeres and I’m presenting results from the latest study of my own patients.

For many of the doctors, it will be the first time they’ve heard anything about telomeres. In fact, you probably know more about telomeres than they do.

It’s exciting for me to be able to share this new technology with fellow doctors, and today I want to give you a sneak peek at the stunning results I’m presenting during my lecture.

You see, I’ve been tracking the progress of my patients who are taking part in my telomerase activation protocol.

They’re all following a specific set of guidelines that give them the best chance of switching on the telomerase enzyme.

If you’re a regular reader, you know telomerase is the enzyme that rebuilds your telomeres. And that’s where the magic happens.

When you turn on that enzyme, your telomeres gradually get longer. And that lengthening is what slows down your aging.

Over time, your body creates younger and younger cells. And when I measure telomere length, the longer telomeres correspond with a younger biological age.

Let’s say you come to my clinic and I do the first round of tests. You may be 60 years old, but have a biological age of someone who’s 64. That means you’re aging faster than you should be. It means stress and other factors are shortening your life, while zapping your energy and performance.

So the goal is to turn on telomerase, so your cells start regenerating and “growing younger.” Over time, I’ll be able to measure your progress and I can show you on a graph how much “younger” you’re getting.

That’s what I’m doing in my clinic, and that’s what I’ll show the doctors at this conference in Rome.

Let me show you what I mean.

In the graph below, you can see how the average biological age of my patients following the telomerase activation protocol dropped over time.

At the first measurement, their average biological age was 56 years old.

After six assessments over the course of about a year, their average biological age dropped seven years to 49 years old.

Reversing the biological age of an entire group of patients shows the effectiveness of this protocol, and its ability to turn on the enzyme that rebuilds your telomeres.

Seven years is significant for a group, but I’ve seen individuals reverse their biological age by 20 to 30 years. It’s not uncommon.

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I wrote to you recently about a new technology I’m using at my clinic. It’s called telemedicine, and it allows you to visit my clinic over a secure, two-way video platform.

It’s the same doctor’s visit experience you’ve always known, but you don’t have to travel to my clinic in South Florida. All you need is a computer, smartphone, or tablet with a webcam and an Internet connection. That’s it.

If you’ve used videoconferencing at work, or used Skype to chat with your friends or grandkids, you know how easy video chat can be.

Telemedicine allows me to bring my cutting-edge anti-aging therapies to anyone, anywhere – using the safe, secure platform at

For more information about telemedicine or my telomerase activation protocol, call my clinic at 561-784-7852. My colleagues and medical staff are waiting to hear from you.

To your good health,
Al Sears, MD
Al Sears, MD, CNS