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Longevity Quest Moves Slowly From Lab to life
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Biologically, it could be possible one day to extend the average nearly 80-year human lifespan by five to 10 years, and eventually, perhaps, to 110 years, says Dr. Nir Barzilai, a professor of medicine and molecular genetics and director of the Institute for Aging Research at Albert Einstein. Even more important, lives could become not only longer, but healthier, thanks to a medical midlife intervention.
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