Lecturer’s search for longer life

By Jade Martin
Updated July 17 2012 - 3:50pm, first published July 8 2012 - 12:20pm
RECONSTRUCTING HISTORY: Wagga author and Charles Sturt University lecturer Dr Michael Cahill has published Paradise Rediscovered –€ a two-volume series that explores the possibility that some ancient people may have held a recipe to extend their life span. Picture: Oscar Colman
RECONSTRUCTING HISTORY: Wagga author and Charles Sturt University lecturer Dr Michael Cahill has published Paradise Rediscovered –€ a two-volume series that explores the possibility that some ancient people may have held a recipe to extend their life span. Picture: Oscar Colman

A CHARLES Sturt University lecturer has extended his interest in biochemistry and ageing to explore the possibility that some ancient people may have held a recipe to extend their life.

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