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The main issues in the disease and ageing controversy concern the genesis of true ageing, which is conceptualized in Table 1 as arising through the interaction of extrinsic (environmental) influences with intrinsic (genetic) factors. Extrinsic influences can be detected and ultimately identified by traditional epidemiological methods; intrinsic ageing lies among what remains when extrinsic factors cannot be detected. In practice, what is not demonstrably extrinsic should provisionally be designated ‘residual ageing’, since in addition to intrinsic processes it will include effects due to yet unidentified or ubiquitous extrinsic factors.
Barrett (1985, 1986) has found evidence of selective survival of the very fit among men in the eleventh decade of life when mortality rates fall rather than continuing their inexorable rise, characteristic of ageing. In order to identify specific factors undergoing selection by differential survival, we would wish to compare those members of a birth cohort who survive beyond the ninth decade, say, with those who die before then. For obvious reasons such a study design is impracticable and researchers have to fall back on comparisons of the very old with those from 42 Grimley Evans younger cohorts who have been less well winnowed by survival selection, or between short- and long-lived kindreds.
The questionnaire was worked over very thoroughly by those people, almost all of whom had good postgraduate Western training. Nonetheless, they had evidently retained a feeling for and sensitivity to the local circumstances. There were also field supervisors recruited locally with direct experience of working in their local settings. It was certainly difficult to define social interaction, and so on, and many of our questions were, I suspect, inappropriate. Yet we found much the same patterns as have been reported in developed countries.