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About the Klentze Medical Education


The Klentze Medical Education was founded in the 90´s by Professor Dr. Michael Klentze of Germany, its President and Chief Medical and Scientific Officer. Klentze Medical Education provides all physicians, from whatever specialization they come, with the necessary support to launch and start operating immediately after the first week - end workshop. We are providing all necessary tools to help our affiliated physicians diagnosing, treating and maintaining patient’s health.


Our Belief Is:


personalized prevention changes the world. Curing patients has not become as successful as it should be, especially regarding chronic diseases. The reason for this lies in the nature of a high tech medicine, claiming to cure and thereby very often creating, sometimes dangerous and life threatening, adverse effects and new diseases.


Predition & Preventaion
Enabled by Personalised Medicine


Prediction and prevention is the answer. Furthermore, personalized medicine has became a “call”. The President of the United States of America called for the council of advisors in science and medicine to prioritize personalized medicine, in order to save lives and to reduce the enormous cost of non personalized medical prescriptions. One in four people who walk out of the doctor's office with a prescription may be heading for trouble from an adverse drug reaction event. And a new study suggests that more than a third of those unwanted and potentially dangerous side effects could have been prevented with better prescription practices and doctor-patient communication.


One study, published in the April 17 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, examined adverse drug events reported among 661 patients who received at least one prescription drug from four primary care clinics in the Boston area.


Researchers found that 162 of these patients (25%) reported an adverse drug event for a total of 181 adverse drug events. Thirteen percent of the adverse drug events were serious, and 11% were considered preventable. Serious reactions in this study included drops in heart rate, drops in blood pressure, or bleeding from the stomach or intestines.


The First Step is Predictive Genetic Analysis


The study found that the severity and duration of many of the adverse drug events reported would have been substantially reduced if different actions had been taken. The main action to be taken is prevention of such adverse effects: The first step should have been predictive genetic analysis about the metabolic response to this medication by the patient.


The 3rd European Science Foundation–University of Barcelona (ESF–UB) Conference in Biomedicine on Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics summarized as well, that the use of pharmacogenetic testing could save lives and public health spending.


Preventive Age Related Diseases is Possible


Preventing age related diseases is possible when using personalized hormone treatment, personalized diet, personalized sport and much more. The risk of developing age related diseases can even be predicted.

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