While immortality remains illusive, London researchers say that within ten years a pill could be available that allows people to grow old without suffering the side effects of diseases such as Alzheimer’s or heart disease. “Professor Partridge, of University College London, said: ‘I would be surprised if there weren’t things within ten years. If told you could take a drug that has minimal side-effects and that’s going to keep you healthy for another five or ten years and then you’ll drop off your perch without disability, most people would want it.'”
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Current genetic research promises improvement in both the quantity and quality of life. Earlier in the year, a breakthrough was achieved when a Harvard study reversed the aging process in mice. Today, aging scientists like Dr. Partridge expect that a pill will become available relatively soon that will extend life by five to ten years: “If told you could take a drug that has minimal side-effects and that’s going to keep you healthy for another five or ten years and then you’ll drop off your perch without disability, most people would want it.”
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