Science Is Cracking the Problem of Aging

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Scientists have discovered a series of drugs that appear to combat aging and age-related diseases. Dr. Paul Robbins, a professor of molecular medicine at the Scripps Research Institute, explains the recent discoveries and breakthroughs in the science of aging, how effective these drugs have already been in humans and animals, and the clinical trials underway that will likely lead to an anti-aging medication. Sound too good to be true? Listen and find out.

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