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January 30th, 2006

Forever Young: The Scientific Fountain of Youth

The “ageless society” is coming. So predicts Dr. Ron Klatz, president of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, who spares no hyperbole in describing a dream sought by countless generations. Dr. Klatz’s View of the Future: Nanotechnology devices will be injected into the bloodstream, destroying aberrant cells that could lead to cancer or building new tissue to repair damage caused by free radicals.


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