Andrew Steele

Scientist, journalist and author

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Revolutionary new medicines may soon be able to slow and even reverse the aging process.

Living longer is no longer a ‘pie in the sky’ theory, says scientist Andrew Steele

Revolutionary new medicines may soon be able to slow and even reverse the aging process.

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