First published in 1989: This text was written to provide a relatively broad comprehensive study of the thymus in health and disease, including relationships to the endocrine system, immue system, and again.
1. Senescence 2. The Thymus, Immune System, and Aging 3. Notes on Cancer 4. Premature Aging 5. The Thymus in the Regulation and Control of Cell Growth 6. Evidence for a Thymus-Pineal Axis 7. The Pineal Gland 8. Pineal Function 9. The Cycles of Life 10. Hypothalamic Control Centers 11. Notes on Genetic and Radiation Control of Senescence 12. Summary and Development of a New Approach to Senescence
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