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Volume 53, Supplement 1, September 2005

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Breakthroughs in Aging Research: Scientific Progress and Social Implications an Introduction
pp. S279-S279(1)
Authors: Louria, Donald B.; Knight Steel, R.

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Genetic Approaches to the Study of Aging
pp. S284-S286(3)
Author: Miller, Richard A.

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A Role for Stem Cell Biology in the Physiological and Pathological Aspects of Aging
pp. S287-S291(5)
Authors: Snyder, Evan Y.; Loring, Jeanne F.

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Telomere Biology in Aging and Cancer
pp. S292-S294(3)
Authors: Wright, Woodring E.; Shay, Jerry W.

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Nanotechnology and Molecular Homeostasis
pp. S295-S298(4)
Author: Wiley, Christopher

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Future Longevity—Demographic Concerns and Consequences
pp. S299-S303(5)
Author: Kinsella, Kevin G.

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Economic and Policy Implications of Improving Longevity
pp. S304-S307(4)
Author: Vladeck, Bruce C.

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Aging in the United Kingdom and Europe—A Snapshot of the Future?
pp. S310-S313(4)
Author: Carpenter, George Iain

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The Old-Old-Old
pp. S314-S316(3)
Author: Steel, Knight

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Extraordinary Longevity: Individual and Societal Issues
pp. S317-S319(3)
Author: Louria, Donald B.

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