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Books

  • Life Extension: A Practical Scientific Approach (ISBN 0-446-51229-X, Warner Books, 1982),
  • The Life Extension Companion (Warner Books),
  • The Life Extension Weight Loss Manual, and Freedom of Informed Choice: FDA v. Nutrient Supplements, (Common Sense Press, 1993).

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