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Old Age Has a Limited Future

Aubrey de Grey argues that some people alive today will live in a robust and youthful fashion for 1,000 years.

"Aging is responsible for two-thirds of all death -- now that means worldwide 100,000 people every single day -- and in the industrialized world, it is something like 90 percent."

By Patricia Sullivan |  October 31, 2007; 5:54 PM ET  | Category:  Aging
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