Patrick has been researching and writing about breakthrough tech for over 30 years. He has written over 200 editorials for USA Today. He has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and on CNN’s Crossfire news program.

Patrick has also served as a consultant for national political campaigns and Fortune 500 companies. He’s interviewed and speaks regularly to a host of nationally known CEOs and Nobel Prize-winning scientists and researchers.
More than any other state, California needs to adopt a 21st century medical model that prevents age-related diseases rather than treat their symptoms. [Full Story]
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Coffee consumption has been linked to lower rates of Alzheimer’s, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, cancer, and other ailments. [Full Story]
Western populations as a whole are aging rapidly. This means our economic problems will get worse until science can dramatically extend health spans. [Full Story]
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The Keck Medical Center and the University of Southern California recently released news about a patient who participated in a clinical trial of stem cells for treatment of complete cervical spinal cord injury. [Full Story]
Armed with billions and a drive to innovate, tech giants have the potential to solve the biggest medical challenges and shake up the regulators. [Full Story]
According to a report by the NIH, there may already be more human beings over the age of 65 than under age 5. This is a dramatic change from standard demographic patterns. And the implications are profound. [Full Story]
Oxaloacetate is a molecule that plays a vital role in mitochondrial function. A recent study published in the Oxford journal “Cerebral Cortex” bolsters research showing that oxaloacetate protects brain health in animals. [Full Story]

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