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Lifespan Docs – Meds and Foods for Kids

Our new documentary series shows how life extension could lead to a better future.

Patricia Wolff from MFKPatricia Wolff from MFK

Here at, we are passionate about engaging with people about the exciting potential of longer and healthier lives through science. Age-related diseases not only kill the people we care about, they cause tremendous suffering along the way, not only for the people struggling with these diseases but for the loved ones who watch them suffer.

We believe in building a better world in which age-related diseases are a thing of the past and in which families and friends can enjoy longer, healthy lives together. As part of the drive to end age-related diseases, we are producing Lifespan Docs, a new series of short documentaries.

These short films created by Tim Maupin will show how longer and healthy lives could change people’s lives for the better, and they will include how people from many walks of life feel about the subject.

Dr. Patricia Wolff runs the charity Meds and Foods for Kids (MFK), and in this premiere of the new series, she talks about the important work she does in helping impoverished kids and what a longer life thanks to science would mean.

We would like to thank Patricia for sharing her story with us, and if you enjoyed this film, please share it with a friend or family member who might be interested.

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