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Tag: Public Opinion

EARD2020 Media Panel
March 15, 2021
At this panel from Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, Keith Comito of, Sonia Arrison of 100 Plus Capital, Pat Grasiozi of Life Noggin, Greg Grinberg of ActualFood and Life+, and Tim Maupin of Twocoats Film Production and discuss the role of media, such as books and shows, in engaging early adopters of life-extending technologies....
A picture of Congress
January 29, 2021
Do members of Congress actually listen to the concerns of their constituents? Are the letters and emails you send read, or are they discarded into the physical or virtual trash? If they are read, does it even make any difference? Popular belief would tell you that the answer is no to all of the above,...
Media clown
November 23, 2020
If you have been following the mainstream media recently, you have probably seen a story about hyperbaric oxygen treatment and claims that it can reverse aging. Unfortunately, the media hype surrounding the results is nothing like the reality of the actual research paper, and this is another example of how shoddy journalism harms our field....
Healthy elderly
November 13, 2020
2020 has been a strange year for a variety of reasons, but the societal changes that the COVID-19 pandemic has created are probably the strangest. However, it is perhaps even stranger that Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel has been appointed to advise Joe Biden on COVID strategy. Emanuel is best known for writing a controversial article in...
Breanna Deutsch interview
November 03, 2020
Today, we are interviewing Breanna Deutsch, a policy expert and the author of Finding the Fountain, which we have previously reviewed. Breanna comes from the world of political communications, and she explains what needs to be done to encourage policymakers to pave the way for a world of rejuvenation. How did you get into the...
Elena Milova and Mair Underwood at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020
October 12, 2020
In this interview at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, Elena Milova of and Dr. Mair Underwood of the University of Queensland discuss the societal factors that lead to the public perception of rejuvenation biotechnology, including traditional views of the human body and modern views on human alteration, and Dr. Underwood highlights the various thought processes and moral structures that lead to opposition to the idea of extending human lifespan and healthspan.