The extreme arrogance of anti-aging medicine

@article{Holliday2008TheEA,
  title={The extreme arrogance of anti-aging medicine},
  author={R. Holliday},
  journal={Biogerontology},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={223-228}
}
  • R. Holliday
  • Published 2008
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biogerontology
  • The anti-aging medicine movement proposes to alter the human body in order to achieve extreme longevity. To do this it has to reverse or by-pass the multiple causes of human aging. These include a large number of age-associated pathologies, each of which is being studied in great detail in research laboratories around the world. The protagonists of anti-aging medicine claim that it will be far more successful than the combined efforts of the innumerable scientists carrying out this research… CONTINUE READING
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