What is Anti-ageing medicine?

Anti-ageing medicine is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of pathological diseases related to ageing, such as some types of cancer, arteriosclerosis, dementia or other neurodegenerative diseases.


What is  Anti-ageing medicine?

Why invest in anti-ageing medicine?

Enlarge your life

Enlarge your life

We may not be able to avoid death, but what if we could put it off and live up to fifty more years? More and more people believe it is possible to do so.

To avoid age-related illnesses

To avoid age-related illnesses

We live in an increasingly older society, and this is a trend that should continue. It is crucial to invest in anti-ageing medicine to ensure that not only do we live longer, but that we do so in a much better way, avoiding those diseases related to ageing.

To reduce healthcare cost

To reduce healthcare cost

In economic terms, the extension and improvement of people's quality of life would have an exponential positive effect, as it would make economies more productive, while at the same time producing significant savings in health care costs that could be used for other purposes.

How do we invest in anti-ageing medicine?

We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest in anti-ageing medicine:

News about anti-ageing medicine

E-commerce-driven beauty industry: a billion-dollar business

Anti-aging medicine E-commerce Healthcare of the future

The main drivers of the sector are anti-aging products such as moisturizers, which grew 10.7%, and hair care products, with 8.5% growth.

Population aging, the disease of the century

Anti-aging medicine

It is estimated that by the year 2050, one out of every six people in the world will be over 65 years old, which corresponds to 16% of the population, while the number of people aged 80 and over will triple, reaching 426 million.

Theories of aging and how to deal with it

Anti-aging medicine

By 2050, 20% of the world's population will be over 60 years of age and, in turn, this will be more than the population under 5 years of age. Not only has the fertility rate been decreasing, but life expectancy has been increasing thanks to technological advances in food, medicine and the globalization of work.