24 April 2007

The plausibility of SENS

One of the major hurdles to be overcome in getting people to understand the potential of anti-aging research is the immediate intuitive reaction that such a goal is simply too radical to take seriously. This posting by Leonid Gavrilov assembles some links showing that the concept is indeed taken seriously by many people who are in a position to know what they're talking about. (Link originally posted as a comment here, but it deserves to be up here where it's more prominent.)

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Anonymous Longevity Science said...

Thanks for posting this!
Here is a related supporting reference, which may be interesting to you:
Longevity Science: 54 Scientists' Open Letter on Aging Research
http://longevity-science.blogspot.com/2006/04/54-scientists-open-letter-on-aging.html

24 April, 2007 17:34  

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