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Antiaging Medicines

Antiaging medicines are treatments that seek to prevent or decelerate age-related processes and issues that occur in the body. Targeted conditions of antiaging medications range from cosmetic concerns, such as wrinkled skin, to internal illnesses, including heart disease and diabetes. Most commonly, antiaging techniques seek to restore hormone levels to those of a younger body. The use of antiaging medications is on a sharp and steady rise, and it is predicted that the market for antiaging medicines will account for $291 billion worldwide in 2015. As this field is still emerging, many antiaging medications are only recently being developed and have yet to undergo rigorous clinical trials. Antiaging proponents may be interested in any combination of the following: extending longevity and life span, developing

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