LETTER FROM THE PAST.
What it does, however, is to restore and maintain mental, physical and sexual vitality and also counteracts the imbalances that occur in the body, causing many of the degenerative diseases which seriously curtail a person's wellbeing and energy.
That we all must die is a biological fact and a social necessity; merely wanting to prolong life is surely a negative approach and one which will cause many social problems.
On the other hand, to maintain health, vitality and a capacity to contribute to society until our genetically-determined lifespan has run its course seems to me to be a more positive and worthwhile aim. This, par excellence, is where cell therapy has its proper application.
Physician, Edgbaston Evening Mail, July 31, 1975