80 is the new 65

by on March 13, 2007 · 2 comments

Advances in biotechnology are moving incredibly fast these days and many scientists agree it will soon be possible for most humans to live past 100 years. What’s not being discussed yet is how society is going to manage that longevity revolution. I’m writing a book on this topic now, and here is a link to my op-ed in the LA Times today discussing the issue.

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