Must an AGING PROCESS be universal? was Defining...

anackerp at anackerp at
Wed Mar 29 17:04:18 EST 1995

	From a new lurker - Part of what I got from one of the posts is 
that there are over a 100 aging processes and we are all affected 
differently by them.  This seems logical and in tune with the idea of 
biochemical individuality.  My question is this:  How do we determine 
which of the aging processes affect us as an individual?

	Paul Anacker, Esq.
	Lead Editor, "Biological Aging Measurements..." by Ward Dean, MD

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