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Is There A Cure For Old Age?

Is There A Cure For Old Age?

Given the choice between living 80, 120 and 150 years – or even “forever” – the majority of those polled last year during a talk here in the Bay Area by popular science journalist David Ewing Duncan opted for 80. Even after being presented with an astonishing array of devices and drugs that could radically extend the average lifespan, few in the audience changed their votes, saying they would rather not prolong the aging process...

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