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(Dr.) de Grey is hardly just another fountain-of-youth huckster. His it-might-work ideas are based on existing, published, peer-reviewed research. He thinks more like an engineer than a scientist. If even one of his proposals works, it could mean years of extended healthy living. (Paul Boutin, The Wall Street Journal)
Brilliant Book, however a Deep and Heavy Read! You won't read this book overnight or in two days, and if YOU do, be assured you will have missed the message.Published 8 days ago by Kalman
Love it !!! Only read 2 chapters but I already see it is going to be very knowledgeable. Love it.Published 5 months ago by David west
It will help you feel more optimistic about the promise of defeating aging but even as an undergraduate in biotechnology it was hard for me to tie together all the information. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael McClain
Only about halfway through the book at the moment but Dr de Grey does a great job communicating a very interesting and thought provoking idea.Published 6 months ago by Joe
The longevity plan proposed by the author is highly feasible. But as the book is written 8 years ago, there are many new advances in longevity research that can be updated and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by zion
It's a tough read and to be honest, I never finished reading it. It's definitely an interesting topic and I appreciate the direction they're going with their research, but it's... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sean
Very good book. There is no reason death has to be certain! Some day I am sure we will solve death. It is mind boggling how much we spend on the symptoms of death IE heart disease,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. Kowalski