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Aubrey de Grey on CNN



Sanjay Gupta

CNN

Posted: Dec 1, 2009

(Hat tip to humanpl.us)  This morning, Dr. Sanjay Gupta interviewed geneticist and anti-aging expert Aubrey de Grey and author Dan Buettner, who spoke about “how to live longer.” Buettner provided tips based on his research of long-lived groups around the world, while de Grey discussed regenerative medicine that will be able to radically extend the human lifespan to several hundred years or more.


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