Some futurists such as Oxford University’s Aubrey de Grey believe that the first human to live to one thousand has already been born. In other words, technologies to massively expand human life-spans may be just around the corner. Alas, any discussion of the economics of such matters is speculative, and thus exists within the realm of science fiction, as opposed to economics.
The Economics of Life Extension
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