Canada's National Post this week examines the work of academic researchers working to solve "the molecular mysteries of the healthy to stave off disease and aging." Achieving this, University of Illinois at Chicago's Stuart Olshansky tells the National Post, "will be more important for public health than the introduction of antibiotics. …This will be the medical breakthrough of the 21st Century when it happens." Albert Einstein College of Medicine's Nir Barzilai adds that longevity is "all genetics. … To be 100 years old, it's strongly genetic."
'Molecular Mysteries' of Longevity
Feb 27, 2012