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Dr. Richard G. Cutler received a Master’s and Doctor’s degree in Biophysics from the University of Houston and has specialized in the field of biogerontology. Among other positions, he has been a research scientist for the Gerontology Research Center of the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health in Baltimore, Maryland; and president and scientific director of the Kronos Science Laboratory in Phoenix, Arizona. Richard retired and moved to Lancaster, Virginia in 2006. He has remained active as a member of the KIWS Rotary Club and as chairperson of the Community Service Committee he has focused on promoting the teaching/funding of science education at Lancaster high school. Over the past few years Richard has been working with his colleagues with the goal of establishing that the human aging processes are indeed reversible and moreover that this reversal is surprising simple to achieve.


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