EXTENDING LIFE SPAN: PROS AND CONS
Presented at the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, March 2, 2002, Pittsburgh, PA
Two proponents argued that the advocacy for and application of effective and innovative
practices and procedures will increase both mean life expectancy and maximum
life span resulting in an augmented quality of human life for most of the
world's population. Two opponents argued that the price of life extension is the
universal erosion of the quality of all life on earth. This site contains their
Abstract (click here)
Proponent 1 Opponent 1
Proponent 2 Opponent 2 (Long version)
The views expressed by the presenters are for the purposes of debate and do not necessarily represent their own opinions, nor are they intended to represent in any way the opinions or other views of the AGHE.
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