Successful tech entrepreneurs are investing in life extension startups

I am quite certain we will see many more stories like this in the near future. For those willing to put the effort necessary to maintain good health for the next couple of decades or so, we may be able to celebrate our 100th birthday in excellent health.

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From the CNBC article:

Technologists are famous for upending and redefining entire industries, from finance to media. Now, some of these same visionaries are targeting a much grander goal: extending life.

Oracle’s Larry Ellison, Alphabet’s Larry Page, billionaire investor Peter Thiel and CEO Jeff Bezos are among the entrepreneurs pouring money and resources into drugs and therapies designed to slow the effects of aging and its related illnesses.

If they’re right, the average lifespan of 79 years will be a thing of the past, and humans could live for decades longer.

“The science is really good now,” said Elad Gil, a tech entrepreneur who received a Ph.D. in biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and currently invests in anti-aging start-ups. “It is at the point where there is enough evidence and data around these drugs and molecules.”

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