Slowly but surely is not always the best way to proceed

  

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Liz Parrish warns against the consequences of excessive regulatory precautions.  In our current world of exponential  medical progress not taking risks can cause more deaths than being less risk averse. 

 

"“As a matter of fact, not intervening in one’s health is more reckless because we already know how we’ll die.  We can actually use this powerful technology to treat what we call complex disease, which is many of the diseases of childhood and ageing.”

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Avi Roy

- PhD student researching Aging, Mitochondria, and Regenerative Medicine - I currently write for The Conversation (http://bit.ly/13WVyUW) and I have written for The Guardian (http://bit.ly/13WVtRh) - Ringleader of the Oxford University Scientific Society - Co-conspirator at the Oxford Transhumanism and Emerging Technologies - Designing exciting events with the British Science Association Oxford - Advisory Board member at Lifeboat Foundation's Life Extension Board, and the Sustainability Board - Also, I am an Ultimate (frisbee) enthusiast - Yes, unfortunately that's me trying to catch the frisbee