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Dec
2
2016

AIM Coalition Meeting Spotlights Sarcopenia Research Advances

For immediate release Contact: Noel Lloyd FDA, Science, Industry, Advocacy Experts Collaborate on Strategies to Improve Treatment for Condition Bethesda, Md., December 2, 2016 –  The Aging in Motion (AIM) Coalition hosted its second annual meeting with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) leaders and leading scientists, industry representatives, and advocates to discuss... Read more »

Nov
28
2016

AIM Conference Set for December 1

This Thursday, December 1, Aging in Motion will host its second annual meeting with leaders from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and leading scientists, industry representatives, and advocates to highlight the latest developments in clinical research and treatment of sarcopenia. It will be held at the Bethesda North... Read more »

Jul
13
2016

AIM Featured in MedPageToday

The Aging in Motion Coalition was featured in MedPageToday’s online resource article, “Sarcopenia: Muscle Weakness Creeps Up With Age.” In the article, AIM’s Executive Director Cynthia A. Bens gives an update on treatment guidelines for sarcopenia, explaining that “cut-points and other criteria for the development of clinical guidelines” are... Read more »

Apr
28
2016

AIM Coalition Announces Establishment of ICD-10-CM Code for Sarcopenia by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

For immediate release April 28, 2016 Noel Lloyd [email protected] 202.370.7852 Download the press release here Download the press kit here AIM Coalition Announces Establishment of ICD-10-CM Code for Sarcopenia by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Condition Now Recognized as a Separately Reportable State Washington, D.C., April 28, 2016 – The Aging in Motion... Read more »

Apr
27
2016

ICD-10-CM Sarcopenia Code Press Kit

Welcome to the press kit about the establishment of an ICD-10-CM code for sarcopenia. For a link to the press release, please go here. What is sarcopenia? Sarcopenia is the progressive loss of skeletal muscle that comes with aging. Most people begin to lose modest amounts of muscle mass after age 30,... Read more »

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