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Elderly crowd
April 26, 2021
By the year 2050, one in four Europeans will be aged 65 or over, which presents a number of challenges and possible opportunities for Europe’s rapidly aging society. To this end, the European Commission published the "Green paper on ageing - Fostering solidarity and responsibility between generations" back in January to encourage a broad policy...
Elena Milova and Daria Khaltourina at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020
September 25, 2020
In this interview at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, Elena Milova of and Daria Khaltourina of the International Longevity Alliance discuss whether or not aging should be considered a disease by the World Health Organization, and what its classification means to the medical community, longevity advocates, and the general public. Daria also talks about the...
May 08, 2020
Few things in aging research are ever straightforward, and today's topic is no exception, as two researchers enjoy some back and forth regarding whether and how the World Health Organization (WHO) should recognize the aging processes as a disease. Proposing a new framework to facilitate development of rejuvenation therapies Back in November 2019, an international...
May 05, 2020
We had the opportunity to interview Daria Khaltourina about a review written by her team, which recommended giving aging its own disease classification in the ICD-11. Back in 2018, an international group of scientists filed a proposal with the World Health Organization to introduce aging as a disease in the new iteration of the International...
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March 27, 2020
The World Health Organization has initiated a trial to test four treatments that may be effective against the global pandemic of COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has swept around the globe, shutting down cities and bringing countries to a standstill as governments scramble to control its spread. Though many researchers are racing to develop a vaccine...
November 04, 2019
A new publication by an international team of scientists has proposed a new healthcare framework to help older people stay healthier for longer by improving the development of therapies that target age-related diseases. Society is aging, and we need to change healthcare for the better This new publication urges World Health Organization (WHO), governments, and...