Towards realization of longer life

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Vladimir Khavinson
Irina Popovich
Olga Mikhailova

Keywords

longer life, life expectancy

Abstract

The current demographic situation in the world is characterized by an increase in average life expectancy, low birth rate, as well as an increase in the number of older and senior people, which is why our epoch is referred to as «the age of ageing». [...]

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