New $100m fund wants to give us 30 years extra healthspan

05-Feb-2019
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Longevity Vision Fund plans to invest $100 million in longevity start-ups.
Looking for companies with aspirations to extend healthy life spans.
Including therapeutics, IT products, services and infrastructure.
Its founder, Sergey Young, is also an innovation board member at XPrize Foundation.
The fund will cooperate with Bold Capital (Peter Diamandis' VC fund).
Young wants to increase human life spans to 200 years.
Expects technologies to be available to 1 billion people or more.
Adding 30 healthy years to people's lives could be largest market opportunity on Earth.

Aiming for a market of billions of people, not just the richest
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