In article <1992Jul16.075538.12472 at fel.tno.nl>, qb7g6 at fel.tno.nl (Maarten Landzaat) writes...
>I have a friend working at the Dutch TNO IVEG. When I told her about
>bionet.molbio.ageing, she said she never heard of it. She told me
>nearly all communication is done by plain mail and phone. She was
>very interested in the newsgroup and would consider getting access to the
>>I have a few questions:
>>Who reads/uses this newsgroup?
Everyone is interested in aging. I know a lot of people here read it every day.
>>Who started this newsgroup?
>>Why is number of postings so low? (I'm quite new to news, so maybe it's just
>I don't think that a lot of people that read this group know a lot about
ageing from a clinical point of view, so they don't feel qualified to make
sweeping statments, or hopithize. They're probably like me, they read
everything you can, try to filter out the garbage, and use what's left to try
and stay as young and healthy for as long as possible.
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