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Age Management and Cell Therapy seminar


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Tuesday March 8th at BCP at 10:30 AM



Discover some amazing facts about keeping our body and skin cells youthful and healthy indefinitely through cell therapy from The International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com).


Cell Therapy was first introduced by Dr. Paul Niehans in the 1930’s at his world famous La Prairie Institute in Montreux, Switzerland.

Cell therapy has changed the lives of millions for decades who are suffering from conditions of aging such as lack of energy, memory loss, hormonal deficiencies, loose or sagging  connective tissue, arthritic disorders, low libido, skin anomalies and pre-mature or advanced aging.


The goal of Classic Cell Therapy is to slow, and even reverse, the biological age of the entire body. The focus is on the immune system and the endocrine systems, as well as connective tissue. Breakdown in these areas is the cause of aging and most chronic disease. The idea is to look and feel as well as you can, as long as you can, and have the vital energy to pursue your interests. While preventing the aging entirely is not yet attainable, the process can be slowed considerably.




Judith A. Smith is the co-founder and Director of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (ICBR).


Her educational degrees, at the University of Missouri and graduate studies at Clayton University, were in the field of clinical nutrition. She is also a Fellow of the American Council of Applied Clinical Nutrition (FACACN) and served as educational coordinator for the ACACN from 1979 until 2007 when administration of the program was transferred to The British Institute of Homoeopathy.

After several years of travel and study in London and Vienna, she and her husband, the late Dr. C.T. Smith, opened the first ICBR clinic in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico in 1981 to bring the specialty of Cell, to North America. Since that time, ICBR has expanded to Nassau and Mexico.


There is free admission to this talk.


Come meet Judi and hear about this amazing therapy. You’ll have a chance to ask questions.




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