2/2/2012 – Inaugural event for new research center probes how to slow the aging process

Once seen as a ticket to obscurity, the field of aging research is coming of age. This can be seen in the convergence of thinking demonstrated at the Jan. 31 Frontiers in Aging symposium at the Clark Center auditorium.

Virtually every symposium speaker voiced a common theme: Rather than focus narrowly on one or another of numerous aging-related diseases — from cancer to arthritis to Alzheimer’s — the best way to delay or prevent all those diseases is to slow the aging process.

Read the full article at Stanford School of Medicine