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Jack Cuozzo

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Jack Cuozzo (1937–2017)[1] was a dentist and Young Earth Creationist who believed that Neanderthals are ordinary humans who lived for hundreds of years, causing their skulls to continue to grow. His career as a dentist was actually somewhat ironic, as he should have know that age can be judged in fossilized individuals based on an examination of several types of tooth development, and that such research has confirmed that Neanderthals did not live for hundreds of years.[2]

Scientific qualifications[edit]

BS, biology major, philosophy minor, Georgetown University. MS, oral biology, Loyola University / Chicago Graduate School of Dentistry (Certificate of Specialty in Orthodontics). DDS, University of Pennsylvania.[3]

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