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January 16, 2010



Joe Rollino sounds incredibly inspiring - I am sure it was a combination of his lifestyle and disposition though. I am not sure if I could pass on birthday cake always, especially not a 104th birthday....
Have a good week.


Rollino all the way!

The Healthy Librarian

I agree about the disposition--he sounded like such a sweetheart. I saw a new story about him, and he was so well-liked, and helpful to all. I agree about the birthday cake! At can't pass it up at 60, let alone at 104!

Chris G.

Seems like Mr Rollino lived a Fountain of Youth lifestyle.

On the flip side...
# A testosterone injection once a week
# A human growth hormone injection once a day

As we age, DNA damage is less frequently repaired and the chances of a random mutation which could lead to cancer increases. While the above treatments may not prevent such mutations, I believe they would enhance the growth rates of cancer cells. Its troubling the people pushing these treatments are able to do so. I would guess their approaches are not legal in the US.

Healthy Librarian


Thanks for your scientific expertise in providing a clear explanation about the risks of messing with mother nature.

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