Congratulations to those involved in the translation process: translation of a scientific work is never easy, especially when its focus is on research that is still cutting edge. Much of the crucial terminology in new fields is essentially made up from whole cloth or built of unusual compound words that draw on language roots and traditions of nomenclature that English and Russian may not have in common. In addition, precision of translation is important, as positions of understanding are built up over many succeeding steps - an incorrectly translated early stage can render whole pages of information nonsense.
Ending Aging is a dense, informative, and valuable book, as well as a call to action for an age in which we could, collectively, be doing far more to reverse the damage of aging than is presently taking place. The more people who have the chance to read Ending Aging, the better.