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Choose Life: Why aging can and should be defeated

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Note unusual venue: N7

Science has mastered the molecule and the atom, is the human body next?

The process of aging is beginning to be understood, and with this the “inevitable” is becoming delayable, and perhaps avoidable. With such potential how do we achieve longevity, and can society deal with the consequences?

Aubrey de Grey, Chief Science officer at the SENS foundation and renown aging expert, suggests a roadmap to circumventing aging, and argues why we should not balk at this concept.

This talk is part of the Stokes Society, Pembroke College series.

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