Jan 4, 2018

(Video) Can These Revolutionary Technologies Beat Aging in Our Lifetimes?

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Revisiting the most popular life extension science videos of 2017. Here is: “”(Video) Can These Revolutionary Technologies Beat Aging in Our Lifetimes?”

Summary: A new video by Kurzsegat and our friends at Lifespan.io shows several technologies in development that could dramatically slow down aging in the next few years. [This article first appeared on LongevityFacts.com. Follow us on Reddit | Google+ | Facebook. Author: Brady Hartman]

This new video from Kurzgesagt presents three technologies close to completion that could make a dramatic impact on our health and how we age.

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