Mayo scientists work to change aging

Posted on February 3rd, 2012 by

Do you want to live to 120, only to feel like you're 120? In the human quest for longevity -- if not immortality -- it's a question that often gets overlooked. But it's a core issue for a team of scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, whose work is reshaping the course of geriatric research nationally… "What elderly people don't want to do is live a very long time at all costs, feeling sick," said Dr. James Kirkland of Mayo's Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging. "What people want is to be independent and free of chronic disease and able to do things on their own."

Star Tribune, by Jeremy Olson, 02/02/2012

Tags: Dr. James Kirkland, geriatric research, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Research, Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging

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