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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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.

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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.

Recent News

Boosting Gpld1 protein could have same benefits as exercise

Medical Xpress - 09-Jul-2020

I'm sure there's more to exercise than this, but an interesting start to a potential wonder drug


Transplanting youthful white blood cells reduces inflammation in mice

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 08-Jul-2020

Targeting immunosenescence could provide benefits throughout the body


Ageing seems to increase the number of repetitive elements in our DNA

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 07-Jul-2020

Even if it's an effect (not a cause) then REs could act as another biological clock


LEAF interviews Edwina Rogers, CEO of the Global Healthspan Policy Institute

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 06-Jul-2020

It's a different set of skills required to convince government decision makers to change policies


Robotic scientists can do lab work faster

BBC - 06-Jul-2020

Does not mean that machines will be able to replace human scientists


The first hydrogel that has mechanical properties of cartilage

ScienceAlert - 05-Jul-2020

Could someday replace just the damaged cartilage, instead of having to remove entire knee joint


Naked mole-rat's immune system is resistant to cancer

Independent - 02-Jul-2020

Their extreme biology could be key to preventing cancer in humans


How LDL cholesterol enter our cells elucidated

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 02-Jul-2020

Two proteins serve as the doorway, becoming new potential targets for drug discovery


Google acquires the Canadian smart glasses company North

BBC - 01-Jul-2020

Many tech giants are competing to dominate the mass market for smart glasses


Trial of Rejuvant supplement claims 8 year age reversal

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 30-Jun-2020

If randomised clinical trial replicates results then I might add it to my stack