X-Message-Number: 25965
From: Kennita Watson <>
Subject: Fwd: The Ethics of Aging -- another free Stanford presentation
Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2005 21:53:08 -0800

This may not be directly related to cryonics, but I think it bears
on how cryonics and anti-aging area and will be regarded by the
general public, as well as challenges likely to be faced by those
of us who hope to survive long enough for rejuvenation technologies
to make cryonics largely unnecessary.  Again attendance will be
limited to SF Bay Area locals, but others may wish to enter into
dialogue with the presenters.


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> Thursday, April 21
> The Ethics of Aging
> Hosted by the Ethics in Society Program at Stanford in conjunction with
> the Stanford Center on Ethics
> Join Stanford Professors Barbara Koenig, Clifford Barnett and Ronald
> Barrett for a discussion on the ethics of aging, including how 
> treatment
> options are evaluated by doctors and family members; what the
> socioeconomic effects are of increased longevity; and how old age is
> being redefined.
> 7:30-9:00 pm
> Location: Fireside Room, Lucie Stern Center, 1305 Middlefield Road, 
> Palo
> Alto
> Free and open to all.
> For additional information, contact Bisera More at 

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