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Michael Geer on Increasing Healthspan at EARD2020

Giving people the ability to monitor their rates of aging might help prevent age-related diseases.

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In this presentation given at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, Michael Geer of Humanity discusses monitoring the rate of aging and how doing so can encourage the development of therapies and technologies that prevent age-related diseases. He presents himself and his colleagues and discusses the principles and values of his company.

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