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Back in the popular press

We are active science advocates and have been featured on network television, news programs, podcasts, and other media. A major part of our activities includes reaching new audiences and engaging with them about the potential of science to end age-related diseases, and we have already appeared in a number of media articles and interviews. Our work has been featured in a number of articles in the popular press.

Schweizer monat – The ways to longevity

The Edge Markets – Cover Story: Investing in the ageing population theme.

Zeit Online – Dr. Greg Fahy “Reversing Human Aging Right Now!” Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019.

Il Sole 24 ORE – The biotech longevity industry is ready.

Bluewin – “Researchers stop the aging process” Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019.

Vox – How biohackers are trying to upgrade their brains, their bodies — and human nature.


Fox 5 NY – Evolution of medical care in the digital world – Oliver Medvedik on Ernie Anastos (starting at 1:58).

The Young Turks – Keith Comito “The Science Of Extending Life”.

Forbes – Oliver Medvedik from LEAF appears with others in Forbes Africa.

TED Ideas – Oliver Medvedik: A crowdfunding platform aims to solve the puzzle of aging.

nySci – Keith Comito “Meet this Advocate for Life Extension Research!”.

Kazakh TV – Elena Milova: Using artificial intelligence to slow the ageing process.

ScIQ Interviews – Katherine Jin and Keith Comito, Challenges In American Innovation.

Forbes Russia – Forever young.

In the Spring/Summer 2019 edition of the New Economy magazine, members of the LEAF team along with a number of other thought leaders from the industry were featured in an in-depth article taking a look at how aging research and new medical innovations are changing the way we look at aging and how we treat age-related diseases. You can find the article on page 66 of the digital edition of the magazine as well as in the printed version.