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Anti-Aging 2006: A Spaced-out Odyssey
Professor David J. Demko, PhD
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Anti-Aging CultureYes, anti-aging medicines that prolong life may benefit the elderly, but what challenges will it present for society? If medical resources are limited, shouldn't society spend them on younger, not older, people? Is aging a normal process, or is it a disease? If aging is indeed a NORMAL process, then creating "anti-aging" medicine, or in this case "anti-normal" medicine, makes no sense. Makes you wonder where medical science is headed these days.
Interview Dr. Demko about the pros and cons of America's anti-aging agenda.
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