Posted on November 4th, 2011 by
From the constant barrage of commercials for anti-wrinkle creams, to a pharmaceutical industry that thrives on the desire for delayed aging -- there's no question our commitment to stopping the signs and symptoms of aging…"It provides a new tool to interfere with the aging process and age-related diseases, and there aren't so many tools available right now," said Dr. Jan van Deursen, a professor of pediatrics at the Mayo Clinic.
KARE 11, 11/4/11
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