Friday, October 3, 2014

Everyday drugs could give extra years of life - New Scientist

Great article on New Scientist by the talented science journalist Clare Wilson covering the Aging Forum.

Everyday drugs could give extra years of life - health - 01 October 2014 - New Scientist


Anonymous said...

After reading the article it made me think about how important it is for people to continue their research in the medical field. I'm hoping that one day we can get rid of cancer for good, or at least provide treatment to better the lives of those that have it. It's important for those with cancer to get the proper treatments. I'm sure if you had it, or myself, that we would do everything in our power to get rid of it.

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