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Brian Kennedy on Rapamycin, mTOR, and Interventions

11:10 EST 4 Dec 2019 | Life Extension Advocacy Foundation

If humans ever reach an average lifespan of well over 100 years, what is going to happen? Are we going to be bored with such long lives? “Well,” says Prof. Brian Kennedy of the National University of Singapore, “If you ask me: ‘Do I want to have cancer at 75? Do I want have Alzheimer’s...

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