Aging Well: A series

These stories on aging well were part of a native content campaign between Concordia and the Montreal Gazette.

“Organ, tissue, and bone transplants may have proved revolutionary, but they’ve always come with the risk of rejection. Whether dealing with organic tissue or metals, the patient must take immunosuppressant drugs to prevent infections. Regenerative medicine — which combines life, material and medical science — is working toward solutions that would reduce these risks, and the best way to do that is to replace what you’ve lost with what you’ve already got.”

Read the story on bone replacement technology

Read the story on how exercising helps prevent dementia

Read the story on seniors and digital technology

Read the story on saving for retirement

 

 

 

 

 

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