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Can We Live 200 Years? The Science of Aging & Longevity with Dr. David Sinclair, Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Eric Verdin, Chief Executive Officer & President, Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Dr. Jennifer Garrison, Assistant Professor, Buck Institute for Research on Aging.

Moderated by Dr. Dina Radenkovic, Partner, The SALT Fund.

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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Brilliant panel on aging. We all wish our lives to be longer and in better health. Science is evolving and advancing in big leaps too, and probably the next generation will start to increase their life span, and who knows, maybe in some years, barring black swans, someone been born in 2030 can live up to 200 years. There are many possibilities. Always considering, anyway, the ethical consequences and the social changes this would bring in all aspects of life, from work to education to health issues. Think about this.