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Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy and BHRT / AntiAging Network Ageology Form Strategic Alliance

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 7:33am
Bio-Medicine.Org

FLINT, Mich., March 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to put Chicago on the map as the healthiest city in the United States, Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, the nation's largest privately held specialty pharmacy offering bioidentical hormone therapy, and Ageology anti-aging physician network  have formed a strategic alliance. The two companies focus on delivering holistic preventative care to men and women looking to fight chronic diseases with nutrition, fitness and bioidentical hormone therapy.

Officially launched in February as Chicago's first anti-aging social network, Ageology is on a mission to redefine the physician-patient relationship. Their complete services are available at www.ageology.com;

Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy CEO Phil Hagerman and Ageology CEO Dr. Paul Savage share a similar vision and mission to play an active role in redefining healthcare and reestablishing the patient-physician relationship. The companies are taking a united stand to deliver patients a practical, proactive approach to wellness and fighting chronic illness.

"It has always been Diplomat's goal to offer our patients the most innovative approaches to improve health," said Hagerman. "We combine the technological advances of the biotech revolution with the customized services such as BHRT that keep our patients healthier longer."

The two companies are determined to reverse the rise of chronic diseases by bringing preventive health care options from qualified physicians--and physician partners like Diplomat--to the masses. The companies are fully engaged in the battle against heart disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, stress, sleep disorders and other chronic illnesses, which can be largely prevented with healthy lifestyle habits and hormonal balance.

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