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This will require further identification of the links between specific genes, their cell maintenance functions, and other interactions between cells, the body, and the environment.

The modern view of aging is being decoupled from calendar time. Indeed, if we are hoping want just for temporary life extension but for immortality in a peaceful world that can sustain life for eternity, then however we look to achieve it, whatever system or entity we put our confidence in, faith is required.

Kenyon studies soil worms called nematodes and the genetics of aging. An appeal leaflet from UNICEF makes the point that every day more than 3, children in developing nations die from diseases such as whooping cough, polio, diphtheria, measles, tetanus and tuberculosis.

Is more of the same what we really want? Like other disease, aging and death are now seen as a progression of events that occur because the body fails to repair ongoing metabolic damage; so although time is an important factor, it is the loss of the repair function that le to disease.

Will science find a way for us to live forever? Unfortunately the supply of the particular species required is limited.

Related Content. If these genes also participate in critical developmental pathways early in life, then their elimination could have catastrophic consequences. The flip side is that mortality in this country continues to bump right up against percent.

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However, it seems unlikely that man will save his own soul. We are more likely simply to embed our failings and prejudices in the new model.

Considering the real-life track record, this does not seem likely. Coupled with this, many people—whether privately, corporately or governmentally—contribute much to make our world a better place. At the time, high cost limited the supply of the machines, but even those who did have access to one could often not afford the treatment. Our clock is set somewhere in between.

Aging and its associated pathology are not inevitable, he insists. As Appleyard points out, the best guide to imagining what the world would become with people living greatly extended lives is simply to look at the world that our human nature has generated in the past. Our biological clock continues to tick away.

This is not to suggest that science is on the cusp of developing the ultimate silver bullet against aging.

In still unknown interrelationships, the metabolic reactions of the living process operate to create a sort of species-specific shelf-life. In recent years, however, a building revolution in the science of gerontology has heralded the possibility of life extension.

Other inequalities also exist. As our knowledge of the biochemistry of aging increases exponentially, it is no surprise that around the globe llife are discovering hopeful paths that will provide ways to increase human longevity. Turning back the hands of cellular time and resetting them permanently in youthful self-repair mode is the greater goal in longevity research.

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Jay Olshansky and Bruce A. Around the world, health-care authorities run lige de facto rationing system based on cost-benefit analysis. Among the animals and plants with which we share our planet, there is inevitable senescence. Noting the potential for life extension in his book How to Live Forever or Die Trying, respected Sunday Times journalist Bryan Appleyard reviews much of the current work and comes to a startling conclusion.

This is leading some to speculate about just what the limits to human life might be; adding another decade or two or even centuries watns be possible. A dark side to human nature has long created a range of problems with negative or even tragic consequences.

wabts For example, it may become possible to eliminate genes that are linked to the frailty, disability and disease associated with aging. And why? Rather, just as transfusions and transplants, pacemakers and statin drugs have extended life today—and sanitation, clean water and food, and an application of the germ theory of disease extended human life in an earlier time—so another new age of medicine is on the horizon.

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Undoubtedly there will be new breakthroughs, making new headlines, giving rise to new hopes. And who would want to live indefinitely if it meant continued existence as an economic slave, or living under an oppressive and brutal dictatorship or in a war-ravaged and violence-filled country?

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A microscopic worm may experience a timeline of merely a few days before it literally grows old and dies; for a tortoise or a large fish, wjo life calendar seems open-ended. The first inherent assumption is that innovative medical techniques would be available for all. Carnes is a professor in the Donald W. There will only ever be so many gadgets to buy, so many days we can spend wwnts the gym or beauty parlour.

It would be shortsighted indeed to disregard the possibility of amazing breakthroughs in medical treatments, but when we consider the complexity of the aging process and of age-related diseases, who wants to live life have to acknowledge that any single approach offers but limited hope of tackling a multifaceted phenomenon that we do not fully understand at present.

Despite the good that leaders and legislators can achieve, attempts at many different systems of government and philosophies over tk centuries have failed to create a world we would all wish to live in. He believes there are people alive today who need never grow old. Now, de Grey says, we have come to the point where we can begin to retrain the body to retain its natural rejuvenating processes.

Man will save his own soul.

Humanely, we tk determined, in the present, to help and, in the future, to do what we can to prevent such things happening again. Its grand complement has still to be disclosed in the perfecting of the human organism and the removal of the causes of disease, old-aging, and wanrs in a word, the achievement of immortality. Once we move beyond our fatalistic view of lifespan, de Grey has faith that science will show us how to reprogram our bodies to maintain our cellular systems in a youthful, self-restorative state virtually forever.