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A Closer Look (Medicine on the Cutting Edge: Living Longer) #729684

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 30, 2003
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) A closer look at the search for a fountain of youth introduced.

(Washington: Jackie Judd) The billion-dollar industry of trying to reverse the aging process examined; details given of the advice from & drugs developed by longevity centers. [51-year-old father-to-be Will DUNKAK††- says he needs to be extra fit.] [Anti-Aging Medicine Associates Dr. Joseph RAFFAELE†- says the aging process can be reversed.] [University of Illinois Jay OLSHANSKY†- says nothing so far shows aging can be stopped.] [60-year-old Sam PENZA††, Princeton Longevity Center Dr. David FEIN†, Elixir Pharmaceuticals Dr. Edward CANNON†- comment on living longer.]

Jennings, Peter;
Judd, Jackie

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