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Subject: Re: Deprenyl mention in European Cryonics Conference 
In-Reply-To: Your message of Wed, 01 Aug 90 18:42:58 -0400.
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Cryonics #208 says:

>Based upon experimental data and recent clinical findings with
>Deprenyl, Dr. Knoll argues that life-long administration of small, safe doses
>of Deprenyl, starting at age 45, could enable us to add 10-20 healthy years
>to our lifespan.

Was the age 45 mentioned because that's a typical age of a typical
cryonicist, or because there is some reason not to take deprenyl
before then?  Has Knoll published any papers about this that anyone
has references to?

Tim Freeman

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