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That free radicals and the damage they inflict are related to deteriorative cellular and organismal changes associated with aging and also with the development of a variety of age-related diseases is widely debated. There seems to be little doubt that free radical mutilation of essential molecules contributes to these conditions. Numerous investigators, on the basis of their experimental results, have drawn this conclusion. If the free radical theory of aging and disease development hasdoi:10.2478/v10039-008-0032-x pmid:18930877 fatcat:nahqe3h4qrejznmayllekbryvm