Harvard researcher on aging: There’s no ‘limit on the human lifespan.’

“Can we one day live to 150?” asks Harvard Medical School researcher David Sinclair.  “I don’t see why not; it’s just a matter of when.”  Is he serious? Well, he’s the man who did the research on resveratrol as a possible anti-aging molecule, and he’s doing new research. He’s prematurely aged mice, and is testing new molecules to try to bring them back to a younger state.

Will it work? Will it mean that humans can actually hit 150? “I don’t see why not,” he says. “It’s just a matter of when.”

Watch this video about Sinclair and his research here. 

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