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Last Updated: May 13th 2013
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The Causes of Aging
- Accumulating AGEs
- Buildup of Amyloid Between Cells
- The Failing Adaptive Immune System
- The Failing Innate Immune System
- Declining Lysosomal Function
- Mitochondrial DNA Damage
- Nuclear DNA Damage
- Buildup of Senescent Cells
- Other Causes of Aging
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- Envisaging a World Without the FDA
- How to Argue for Longevity Science
- The Odds of Human Longevity Mutations
- The Need For Activism and Advocacy
- SENS: Engineered Negligible Senescence
- Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine
- The Three Types of Aging Research
- Twelve Ways to Extend Mouse Life Span
- Transhumanism and Human Longevity
- What is Anti-Aging?
- Why Prioritize SENS Research?
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