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New study reveals how long humans can truly live

How old will you be when you die? Sorry to be so grim, but you probably won't outlive Jeanne Calment, who died at 122 back in 1997. Fourscore and 42 is likely out of the question, and a new study says exceeding that age limit is, too. SEE MORE: Oldest Living Female Veteran, Alyce Dixon, Dies At 108 Years Old Albert Einstein College of Medicine professor Jan Vijg and colleagues examined at least two international databases on longevity and found the age of the oldest person to die every year had plateaued.
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