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Is solving cancer required in order to avoid aging?
When the telomere enzyme is not active the telomere shortens every time the cell duplicates leading to a reproductivity limit. On one hand this is a believed reason for aging. On the other hand this ...
Dec 6 '13 at 14:30
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