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The Longevity Debate

A recent study that concludes human lifespan is approaching its maximum (around 115 years) has created some interesting debate. It’s the good kind of scientific debate that focuses on how to interpret data and infer the implications of limited data. The authors, Dong, Milholland and Vijg, examined the mortality database, which includes death statistics from […]
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