Testimony Before the Special Committee on Aging United States Senate Statement of

@inproceedings{Varmus2014TestimonyBT,
  title={Testimony Before the Special Committee on Aging United States Senate Statement of},
  author={H. E. Varmus},
  year={2014}
}
It is an opportune moment for this discussion. Thanks in large part to improvements in health care, life expectancy has been extended at unprecedented rates, both in our country and around the world. The number of people over age 65 is growing especially rapidly in countries like the United States that experienced sharp increases in birth rates shortly after World War II, nearly 70 years ago. Furthermore, significant progress is being made in cancer research, with a much deeper understanding of… CONTINUE READING

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