Feb 13, 2018

Reversing Aging — 2018 update

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, economics, life extension

What progress is being made in the field of reversing aging — the grand humanitarian project to extend healthy lifespan?

In this London Futurists online video conference, a number of healthspan extension researchers and activists from around the answered questions such as:
What do you know now, that wasn’t known, or which was less clear, back in January 2017?
What progress has encouraged you? And what disappointments have there been?
Overall, what have we learned? And what should the field do differently in the future?

We’ll discussed developments in the understanding of:
The underlying science of aging
The most effective medical interventions to slow or reverse aging
The most effective forms of advocacy, to change public opinion regarding this field
The social and economic consequences of significantly extended healthspans.

== Panellists ==

Elizabeth Parrish, CEO of BioViva Sciences Inc, — known as “patient zero” for two anti-aging therapies that her company is researching.

Ilia Stambler, Author of the definitive history of life extensionism, and Outreach Coordinator at International Society on Aging and Disease (ISOAD),

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