“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”
― George Washington
Longevity and compression of morbidity from a neuroscience perspective: Do we have a duty to die by a certain age?
Abstract — The search for longevity, if not for immortality itself, has been as old as recorded history. The great strides made in the standard
When I was in training, we used to hear horror stories about the coming “cook-book” medicine in which doctors would be given a list of
A book review of The Story of Medicine by Victor Robinson, MD. Dr. Victor Robinson was Professor of History of Medicine, Temple University School of
Until quite recently, the practice of medicine was considered an art, which incorporated a significant modicum of science, yet was itself not a pure and
In its ongoing effort to examine controversial subjects, Surgical Neurology International (SNI) explores a recent paper on limiting life to the age of 75 by