Anticipating the anti‐ageing pill

@article{Lucke2009AnticipatingTA,
  title={Anticipating the anti‐ageing pill},
  author={J. Lucke and Phillippa C Diedrichs and Brad Partridge and W. Hall},
  journal={EMBO reports},
  year={2009},
  volume={10}
}
Throughout history, the prospect of extending the human lifespan—with the ultimate aim of living forever—has been an attractive fantasy. Now, some researchers argue that it will soon be possible to increase our average life expectancy to at least 100 years, if not more, by slowing down the processes of ageing (Guarente & Kenyon, 2000). There are several potential methods for life extension interventions (Lucke & Hall, 2006), but perhaps the most likely is an anti‐ageing pill, possibly one that… Expand
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