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If there were a way to enhance my good health and quality of life for longer, then yes, I would take it.
They have rejuvenated human cells:


Am I the only one who thinks that my first twenty-five years would feel less wasted if I could still be twenty-five at fifty?

I actually like being middle-aged though. I wouldn't want to be a teenager or in my 20's again, because back then I was confused, lonely, depressed, suicidal and had acne so severe it made me look like a leper. Thanks, but no thanks!
I've wondered about the disease progeria. If aging can be sped up like that, then it can be slowed down or stopped or reversed. It's like aging is a programmed process, some people age better than others, regardless of lifestyle. Of course the body will still wear out, but there are many procedures available for replacement parts. I think it's one of those things that is not wanted to happen, because the world would be a much tougher place if people lived forever. Like running cars on water, it can be done, but it would deplete our already strained water resources.

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