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Thanks to anti-aging firm MD Longevity, a 56-year-old coping with Parkinson’s disease began living more confidently and an 83-year-old who formerly experienced difficulties getting out of bed began a routine of walking 3 miles a day. Serving people in California, New York, and Florida, MD Longevity effectively reverses the negative effects of accumulated years with state-of-the-art hormone replacement therapy. Dedicated to replacing the healthful qualities of younger bodies, MD Longevity employs hormones that mimic the molecular structure of those produced in the earlier years of life. One of many hormone injections available at MD Longevity is natural testosterone, which reduces cardiovascular complications, decreases cholesterol, and reduces the likelihood of Alzheimer’s disease. The practice also offers doses of pregnenolone, a hormone that boosts learning ability, memory capability, and immune system response, and DHEA, a steroid that acts as a mood and energy booster. Many clients of MD Longevity also receive doses of melatonin, which fosters healthy REM sleep and guards against cancer. Other available hormones comprise aldosterone, cortisol, vasopressin, and insulin. In order to ensure that each patron receives the maximal progress from the hormone therapy, MD Longevity also provides programs in diet and stress management. The practice thrives under the leadership of Medical Director Dr. Ann J. Peters, a recipient of the Physician’s Recognition Award from the Harvard School of Public Health. A graduate of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Dr. Ann J. Peters remains an active member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the International Hormone Society, and the European Academy of Quality of Life and Longevity Medicine.


Work experience


Medical Director

MD Longevity, Age Management Medicine

Primary Care and Urgent Care Physician

Laguna West Medical Group, Inc




UMDNJ - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Bachelor of Arts

Rutgers University