"As the ratio of people over sixty-five continues to rise, understanding the basic mechanisms of aging and age-related diseases has become a matter of urgent necessity. Gerontology responds to this need by drawing topical contributions from diverse medical, biological, behavioural and technological disciplines. Recent research on the clinical problems of aging and the practical application of laboratory results are also included to support the fundamental goals of extending active life and enhancing its quality." (From publisher's website)
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