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Experts Say There’s A Limit To The Human Lifespan

When she turned 120 years old in 1995, plucky Frenchwoman Jeanne Calment was asked what type of future she expected. “A very short one,” she replied. But Calment lived two more years, dying at age 122 with the longest documented lifespan of any person in history. Scientists who examined statistical trends regarding maximum lifespans said on Wednesday Calment’s record may last a long time.
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