Antiaging Therapy: An Overview

@article{Vojta2001AntiagingTA,
  title={Antiaging Therapy: An Overview},
  author={C. Vojta and P. Fraga and M. Forciea and R. Lavizzo-Mourey},
  journal={Hospital Practice},
  year={2001},
  volume={36},
  pages={43 - 49}
}
Today's researchers are exploring caloric restriction, cell-based therapies, hormonal therapies, and genetic manipulations. So far, caloric restriction has the soundest basis, and estrogen replacement is among the interventions most widely used. As the human genome is studied, treatments with genetic mechanisms move all the closer to becoming reality. 
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