Live Forever Club
How to live long enough to live forever
Longevity, life extension, biological immortality, living forever... whatever you want to call it you're in the right place. The Live Forever Club collates news articles, online resources and lots of useful tips. All of the latest information is available to all, part of the club's philosophy of equality in longevity, with more comprehensive and archive information accessible by members.The club tracks down the latest scientific research on the causes of ageing and effects on life expectancy, and also keeps you abreast of the wider impacts of life extension and the consequences for society when it arrives.
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Explore the different areas of the site for news, resources and information a a wide variety of longevity topics:
Medical Technology - track the rapid advances in medicine and healthcare.
Health - avoid the big killers to buy time until medical technology catches up.
Augmentation - enhance your body with improved muscles, vision and direct brain interfacing.
Life Extension - slow aging and rejuvenate your body with new cells and organs.
Survival - even when biologically immortal you've still got to avoid dying from accidents or natural disasters.
How To Live Forever - covers topics that will help you make lifestyle choices to improve your chances of living long enough to live forever.
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