volume 6, issue 11, P913-920 2014
DOI: 10.18632/aging.100704
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Rochelle Buffenstein, O. Lynne Nelson, Kevin C. Corbit

Abstract: The pace at which science continues to advance is astonishing. From cosmology, microprocessors, structural engineering, and DNA sequencing our lives are continually affected by science-based technology. However, progress in treating human ailments, especially age-related conditions such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease, moves at a relative snail's pace. Given that the amount of investment is not disproportionately low, one has to question why our hopes for the development of efficacious drugs for such grievou…

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