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In Aeternum vive: preparing for a generation of Centenarians

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The Triple Helix is hosting a science panel discussion on the 1st Feb. One of the greatest triumphs of the past century is a vastly improved life expectancy thanks to advancements in medical care and standards of living. But this great achievement is evolving to become a major challenge. With the increasingly aging population placing a greater pressure on the healthcare system, workforce, and economy, how can we as a society tackle this problem?

What lifestyle or pharmaceutical interventions do we have at our disposal? What new technologies can we develop and integrate into everyday function? What policy and economic measures can we optimize to promote equality and quality of life?

Join our esteemed panel of experts on the 1st of February as they dissect these factors and discuss these critical implications of aging populations. See you there!

WHEN : 1st Feb 2017, 7PM-9PM WHERE : Dirac Room, St. John’s College

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