Crowdfunding a Cure for Aging: Steve Hill and Elena Milova of the MMTP

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The Major Mouse Testing Program   With a background in statistical data analysis, project management and administration Steve Hill is ideally placed to oversee the project and help the various team members with the various tasks and goals the team has to complete. His main role as project lead is to organize research data, administration, project management solutions, advocacy and networking. Working in research and in particular the field of regenerative medicine demands an ability to respond quickly and efficiently … Read More

The Great Longevity Effort and How You Can Help: An Important Podcast with Edouard Debonneuil

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    Please visit the MMTP Website. Former researcher in biogerontology at UCLA, Inserm and the Pasteur Institute, where he contributed to lifespan tests in C. elegans and mice and organised clinical trials, Edouard is today one of the directors of the International Longevity Alliance (ILA). Since 2001 he has asserted human healthspan can be rapidly extended once large scale rodent lifespan tests, massive health data analysis and agile human trials are collectively set up. Since 2012 he is gradually … Read More

Panel Discussion: How Can Life Extension Become as Popular as the War on Cancer?

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Hosted by Gennady Stolyarov. What can be done to raise public support for the pursuit of indefinite life extension through medicine and biotechnology to the same level as currently exists for disease-specific research efforts aimed at cancers, heart disease, ALS, and similar large-scale nemeses? In this panel discussion, set to occur on October 1, 2015 – International Longevity Day. Mr. Stolyarov asks notable life-extension supporters to provide input on this vital question and related areas relevant to accelerating the pursuit … Read More

Life Extension: Looking into the Past, Looking Towards the Future with Ilia Stambler

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Ilia Stambler coordinates relationships and discussions between LEPI’s growing community of supporters through facilitated, content-driven discussion.He is an affiliate scholar with the Institute for Ethical and Emerging Technologies, whose prior employment includes scientific writing at the Biophysical Schottenstein Center for the Research and Technology of the Cellome, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Ilia studied biomedical engineering in Moscow Polytechnical Institute, biology at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, and received his MA in English literature and Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan University. He is the … Read More

Younger, Stronger, Smarter: The Future of Gene Therapy with Liz Parrish of BioViva

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“BioViva is engaging in a bold implementation of genetic rejuvenation therapies – a first step on a path that I have been proposing for 15 years.” – Aubrey de Grey “Elizabeth Parrish has taken the bull by the horns to spearhead an approach to cure aging using gene therapy that no one has ever had the guts to do before. Her gene therapy approach at BioViva makes all of the previous theoretical iterations of telomerase activation nearly obsolete. It will … Read More

On Cryonics: A Timely Discussion with Christine Gaspar

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Christine Gaspar, R.N. is a registered nurse and the president of the Cryonics Society of Canada. Her educational background is a diploma in nursing with an emphasis on emergency and trauma nursing. She has worked in a variety of hospitals in the Greater Los Angeles and the Greater Toronto area, where she currently resides. She has served in the Canadian Armed Forces Reserves as a medical assistant in the infantry and artillery. Her current employment is with William Osler Health … Read More

Death is Wrong: Discussion with Gennady Stolyarov II

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 In this podcast Mr. Stolyarov and I discuss the psychology, biology and economics and necessity of unlimited life extension. We also toss around some ideas for an upcoming video game to accompany his children’s book, Death is Wrong. Gennady Stolyarov II (G. Stolyarov II) is an actuary, science-fiction novelist, independent philosophical essayist, poet, amateur mathematician, composer, and Editor-in-Chief of The Rational Argumentator, a magazine championing the principles of reason, rights, and progress. Mr. Stolyarov regularly produces YouTube Videos discussing life extension, libertarianism, and related subjects. In … Read More

InSilico Medicine and the Quest for Immortality: A Podcast with Dr. Alex Zhavoronkov

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Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD, is a head of the Regenerative Medicine Laboratory at the Federal Clinical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology in and the adjunct professor of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He is also a director and trustee of the Biogerontology Research Foundation, a UK-based registered charity supporting  aging research worldwide and a director of the International Aging Research Portfolio (IARP) knowledge management project. He is the CEO or Insilico Medicine, Inc, a Baltimore-based company with … Read More

The Immortality Project: A Podcast with Dr. Janni Lloyd

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Janni Lloyd’s interest in health formally began in 1973 when she commenced her medical degree at the University of Western Australia. She spent many years in General Practice with a special interest in the psychological and emotional aspects of health maintenance and disease creation. In 1994 Janni moved into Alternative / Complimentary medicine via Aura Soma Colour Therapy. In 1992 she began studying and living Healthy Life Extension and the philosophy of Physical Immortality from many different perspectives  –  spirituality, alternative medicine,  psychology, … Read More

Adam Alonzi Reads Death is Wrong by Gennady Stolyarov II

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In this podcast I read Death is Wrong by Gennady Stolyarov II. A number of people have recommend or requested I record myself reading. Enjoy. From the book’s Amazon page: If you have ever asked, “Why do people have to die?” then this book is for you. The answer is that no, death is not necessary, inevitable, or good. In fact, death is wrong. Death is the enemy of us all, to be fought with medicine, science, and technology. This book … Read More