[ExI] Why is aging a progreessive disability
mfj.eav at gmail.com
Thu Jun 12 15:20:46 UTC 2008
For one stupid reason. It makes treating it and selling products
regulatorily compliant when otherwise you'd have to be classedd as a drug.
That's how it started, but I then said Hey maybe that's the path after all.
Anti aging as the "un-disease" and disability as the "pseudotarget".
It seems that the mainstream regulators care less if you treat by methods
and to people they consider as a lesser economic value
consumer group. Now that's a callous (but sadly true) statement I may live
to regret ever uttering.....
Wish me luck this weekend when I go to NDP Provincial Council this Weekend
A lot of what I've alluded to in the Longevity Dividend series may not be
"politically correct" and certainly is not set out in any party policy
manual. I know because I was on the committee re-writing it the last 2
If I get my ass kicked you will all get to know as I consider how to deal
with political reaction to public displays of individual thinking out loud
in the public media back in my own constituency.
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