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See smaller Dr. Robert Korolevich illustrates his talk on age management medicine with PowerPoint, at the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Dr. Robert Korolevich illustrates his talk on age management medicine with PowerPoint, at the Iberia Bank "In the Round" presentation. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • Dr. Robert Korolevich illustrates his talk on age management medicine with PowerPoint, at the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Dr. Robert Korolevich discusses the ups and downs of estrogen and testosterone. Wednesday evening, hormone therapy and age management medicine were the topic for the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Wednesday evening, hormone therapy and age management medicine drew a capacity for the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation by Robert Korolevich, M.D. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Wednesday evening's event drew a capacity crowd to Iberia Bank. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Dr. Robert Korolevich discusses the ups and downs of estrogen and testosterone. Wednesday evening, hormone therapy and age management medicine were the topic for the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Dr. Robert Korolevich shows a chart illustrating the body's natural production of testosterone. Wednesday evening, hormone therapy and age management medicine were the topic for the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

Hormones, or the lack of them, drew a packed house Wednesday evening for the Iberia Bank “In the Round” presentation. The 39th in the long-running series drew what might have been a record crowd, said host Keith Dameron, with 92 reservations and more showing up.
Ever since Ponce de Leon in the 1500s, Florida has been the site of searches for the fabled Fountain of Youth, and it clearly was a subject near to the hearts, and other organs, of the attendees on Wednesday. With an enthusiastic endorsement from Dameron, Iberia Bank vice president and branch manager, Robert Korolevich, M.D. laid out the case that the key to youthfulness lies in maintaining the optimum balance of hormones in the body.

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