Dr. Gina L. Nick Scheduled to Speak at the 2005 International Complementary and Alternative Healthcare Expo

(Laguna Niguel, CA) October 21, 2004- Dr. Gina L. Nick, Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder of Longevity Through Prevention, Inc. (LTP) was recently chosen, among a select group of industry thought leaders, to speak at the 2005 International Complementary and Alternative Healthcare Expo taking place at the Grand Hyatt New York, February 12 - 13th 2005.

Dr. Nick will speak about Detoxification as a Primary Treatment Modality for Chronic Conditions. According to Dr. Nick, there are an estimated 125 million Americans that have at least one chronic condition. By 2020, this number is expected to rise to 157 million. Further, there are 60 million Americans who suffer from multiple chronic conditions. Unfortunately, 72% of all Americans who suffer from a chronic condition report difficulty in obtaining the needed care from a medical specialist. Employing a scientifically substantiated detoxification regimen as a foundational approach to treating patients with chronic conditions proves to be an effective approach to managing such patients.

Dr. Nick will discuss the science behind detoxification and offer current research data that elucidates the effects of exogenous and endogenous toxins on the most prevalent chronic diseases we face today, providing the key medicinal properties inherent within select vegetables and nutrients that support/promote detoxification and augment the onset and progression of chronic disease states.

For more information about the International Complementary and Alternative Healthcare Conference and Expo visit www.camexpo.com.

About Longevity Through Prevention

Longevity Through Prevention, Inc. is a business-to-business consulting firm that offers product formulation, research, training, marketing, sales, technology and turnkey business solutions to the pharmaceutical and natural products industry. Visit LTP online at http://www.LTPonline.com.

Noah Miller
Longevity Through Prevention (LTP)
(866) 587-4622 x708

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