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Improving Chronic Health of the Elderly

According to one researcher, people age 60 years and older tend to have a lower quality of life — which is ironic, considering we work hard so we can achieve financial independence by that time in our lives.

Recent developments in regenerative medicine are designed to help older people live a higher quality of life with less reliance on medical care. The idea is to transition away from medicine-based health care, in which we are diagnosed with a condition and take drugs for the rest of our life to manage its progression.

A new solution, proposed by scientists who specialize in regenerative medicine, is to personalize health care by solving problems at an early stage to help prevent the disease from deteriorating.

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