How to get a $20k life-extension program at your next appointment
A life-changing program that allows patients to live their entire lives without a doctor is gaining traction among patients who are suffering from cancer.
In a new study published in the Journal of Life Extension, researchers say the program is a safe, effective, and affordable option for those who can’t afford to pay a doctor visit.
The study, led by Dr. Jennifer Pfeifer of the University of Toronto, compared more than 200 patients with a life expectancy of less than five years.
For every dollar a patient paid for life extension, the researchers said the program reduced the number of cancer-related deaths by more than half.
“We saw a reduction of cancer deaths from a population that was already very ill, and a significant reduction of the burden on the health system, which is already quite heavy,” Dr. Pfeiffer said.
She said the study showed the life extension program has a low cost, and that it can be used by patients with pre-existing conditions as well as those who are at high risk of cancer.
The program is one of several being tested in the U.S. that are designed to help people live longer.
One program, called Living with Dignity, is a $2,000-a-year program that requires a patient to visit a life-sustaining facility.
Another is the life-saving, $1,200-a,year Life Extension Initiative at St. Luke’s Health, a nonprofit that offers the program to people in need.
A third program, Life Extension International, which has been around since 2002, provides financial assistance to people with cancer to get them to a life extension center.
Life Extension has a list of health centers it is providing funding for.
The researchers, led to this conclusion after evaluating the program through a data-driven analysis.
They found that the Life Extension program reduced cancer deaths by about 20 percent.
“I think it’s one of the most important programs we’ve seen, because it helps people who have cancer,” Dr Pfeifer said, adding that the life saving benefits are “really very high.”
The Life Extension Institute was founded in 2010 to study the lives of people who are living longer with cancer.
It currently has over 600,000 patients.
Dr Pfifer said the life support program is “a way for people to be proactive and help themselves.”
She said a key factor is that patients are able to choose their life extension plan, but they have to take time to decide on a path to a cure.
She added that while the program costs $2.5 million, most of that is spent on medical and rehabilitation services.
For patients who don’t have a doctor, the program also provides an option of having a life support system.
The Life Support Program was also the focus of the new study.
The research team included researchers from the University at Buffalo, Boston University, Johns Hopkins University, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
The findings were published online in the journal Nature Biotechnology.
A follow-up study is planned in the coming months.