SAGE Crossroads on Policy Making

The newly refurbished SAGE Crossroads site now includes a section on public policy. The major issues of the day are set forth and some commentary provided on how they relate to the monolithic workings of modern government in the US. Given the level of hostility towards healthy life extension and the tools of regenerative medicine displayed by the US government to date, I'm sure many people would be happy to see less policy making take place. You can learn more about making your voice heard in these matters here at the Longevity Meme and at the CAMR website.

Link: http://www.sagecrossroads.com/public/policy/

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