Talk:Aaron Traywick

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Aaron Traywick has been recognized as a featured article on the Wikipedia main page In the News as of 04 May 2018.

The article on Aaron Traywick has been approved and is now posted as a featured article on Wikipedia's front page under the section In the news. Both external links from the article direct visitors to, which may potentially lead to higher traffic. Cheers — Babelfish (talk) 04:01, 4 May 2018 (CDT)

        * Note: I'm still trying to source a free image of Aaron for the Wikipedia article.

Global Healthspan Policy Institute

@Deku-shrub: The H+Pedia article states Traywick was cofounder of the GHPI:

In 2016 he co-founded the Global Healthspan Policy Institute to advocate investment in radical approaches towards anti-aging.

whereas one of the most recent edits to the Wikipedia article states:

Nathan Wailes: Removed statement that he was a cofounder of the GHPI; he was an employee.

The referenced link doesn't list him as a cofounder; in fact, there's nothing available about the who behind the link either way.

The user page for Nathan Wailes states that he's a paid editor on behalf of Edwina Rogers, who is listed as founder and CEO of the Global Healthspan Policy Institute.


Babelfish (talk) 22:58, 5 May 2018 (CDT)

Edwina is his cousin, it's first hand information I'm going on here from the one call I had with him. Rephrase as you like Deku-shrub (talk) 05:23, 6 May 2018 (CDT)