NEWS FEATURE: Science May Yield Longer Lives, But With What Consequences?

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c. 2004 Religion News Service (UNDATED) The shades of old age span a spectrum of frailty and strength, of depression and cheer, of confusion and clarity. When President Reagan died in June at age 93, eulogies lamented that he had spent his last decade in the haze of Alzheimer’s disease. Yet Verona Johnston, 113, of […]

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