Rejuvenation and the Prolongation of Hum

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Kessinger Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - 284 pages
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1923. Found in this volume are experience with the Steinach-operation on man and animals. In this treatise, the idea of rejuvenation, germinating from the theory of evolution to which it is closely related, is presented to the world for the first time in a scientifically substantiated form and, in spite of all opposition, is forging ahead on the road to victory. Illustrated.

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Dr. Paul Kammerer was born in Vienna in 1880. While on a lecture circuit in the United States and England, he became a sensation among the science community for his research on Lamarckian inheritance, being hailed by the New York Times as the next Darwin. He committed suicide in 1926 after fellow researchers accused him of forging his results.

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