Whether we want to admit it or not, the social face of gerontology is composed of a mosaic of mini-sensations, which – when it comes to humans – almost always turn out to be false. The public knowledge of advances (and struggles) in gerontology is based on overly optimistic interpretations offered by those who seek self-promotion and tend to ignore inconsistencies, contradictions, faulty experimental designs and limitations.
As a remedy, I want to offer this platform to gerontologists who want to express their views in depth and without an extra layer of misinterpretations by somebody else.
The latest entry:
The lecture by Aubrey de Grey, PhD. CSO of SENS foundation: “Rejuvenation biotechnology: good progress, but a long way still to go”