Aiming At a World of Healthy Centenarians

Dr. Klatz of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine discusses the prospects for healthy life extension therapies in this reprint from the LEF News. As the article points out, even the beginnings of stem cell and regenerative medicine are showing great potential. Currently deadly diseases and conditions will one day be manageable or cured, and as Dr. Klatz says: "Turning heart disease and cancer into chronic conditions rather than killers will add 13 years to the average lifespan, and that's just the beginning."



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