"Vitality and Aging" by James Frioes and Lawrence Crapo Essay by The Research Group

"Vitality and Aging" by James Frioes and Lawrence Crapo
A critical review of the work on major aging issues and the impact on future health care policy.
# 19285 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1992 | US
Published on Mar 07, 2003 in Medical and Health (General) , Literature (General) , Aging (General)


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"As America's population grows older, more and more attention is going to be paid to the aging process. Issues such as prolonging life, quality of life, living wills, forced retirement, and suicide are now being confronted and debated in relation to how best to age in today's world. In addition, the search for the "fountain of youth" will keep research laboratories, psychics and other fringe elements working at a frenzied pace to be the first to bottle the magic potion. Authors and physicians James F. Fries and Lawrence M. Crapo in Vitality and Aging tackle the subject of aging in a new and different approach, presenting not only conclusive evidence of man's fixed life span but visions of a future society built around the "rectangular curve" of aging and dying. The purpose of this paper will be to review Fries' and Crapo's book..."

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