Gerontologists On Anti-Aging Medicine

Medical News Today notes that the second issue of the Journal of Gerontology dedicated to anti-aging medicine is out. As I've noted before, mainstream gerontologists are not happy with the anti-aging marketplace. I see fault in both sides: the major players in the marketplace need to stop associating with fraudulent and borderline fraudulent ventures, while conservative gerontologists need to wake up and see that an effective therapy for aging could be developed in a matter of decades with the right level of funding. Claiming that real anti-aging medicine is impossible or far in the future is a self-fulfilling prophecy - one that we do not want to see come to pass.



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