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  • The Telomerase Revolution
  • Michael Fossel, MD, PhD
    BenBella Books, 2015
  • Meant for the general public, this book describes what we know about aging—and how to prevent and reverse age-related diseases using telomerase therapy. It takes the reader “to the front lines of the upcoming revolution in medicine” and gives us “a detailed but highly accessible scientific journey, providing startling insights into the nature of human aging". The Telomerase Revolution is the complete work on the latest science on human aging, covering both the theory and the clinical implications. 

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  • Cells, Aging, and Human Disease
  • Michael Fossel, MD, PhD
    Oxford University Press, 2004
  • This magisterial textbook is the first – and still the only – textbook to survey the literature (with more than 4,000 references) and present a complete explanation of the telomere theory of aging, the consequent pathology of human age-related diseases, and guidelines to what can be done to intervene in age-related diseases. This is the foundation for telomerase therapy and will remain a classic in the field.

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