by David A. Sinclair, PhD
Most people believe that aging is inevitable and irreversible. In this book, David Sinclair shares how aging occurs in humans and other life forms, and how it can be slowed, stopped, and even reversed—just like any disease. With new discoveries and innovations, Sinclair believes that it’s possible for humans to live beyond 120 or even 150, without the frailty, diseases and disability we now associate with old age.
In this summary, you’ll learn:
• Our biological makeup, what are DNA and epigenome, how survival circuits and longevity genes works, and the universal causes for aging;
• The difference between lifespan and healthspan, and uncover the latest scientific discoveries, innovations and solutions to aging; and
• The long-term economic, political, social, and ethical implications of longer healthspan and lifespan.
Who should read this:
• Professionals and researchers in the medical and health industries.
• Businesses, governments, and institutions interested in potential innovations and long-term social/economic/political trends.
• Anyone wants to improve their health, vitality, and longevity.
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