Aging by Design
by Theodore Goldsmith
Publisher: Azinet Press 2011
Number of pages: 49
This short book describes the theorists, controversies, history, experimental evidence, and evolution concepts surrounding biological aging theories. Exciting new theories will change the way we think about and attempt to treat or prevent age-related diseases.
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