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Scientists report progress in slowing aging

• Terrence Aym
Over the past few decades the science of aging and research into ways to extend longevity have made significant progress. Speaking at the annual conference held by Technology Entertainment and Design (TED), de Grey told attendees that with sufficient funding the progress would not only continue, but accelerate. Dr. de Grey thinks it's very possible that most people alive today will reach 100 and stay looking much younger than their calendar age and much more physically active. A person alive today, he predicted, will attain the age of 300.

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