Pharma seeks genetic clues to healthy aging
One thing is sure: the pool of people to work with is growing fast. There are around 450,000 centenarians in the world today and experts estimate that thanks to aging baby-boomers, there could be a million across the world by 2030.
It’s not that much of an error, but baby-boomers are 1945 on, so they won’t start becoming centenarians until 2045, right?
Yes, several readers properly questioned our math. We corrected: GBU Editor
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton salutes the crowd as he leaves the stage in a 2006 file photo, just days before turning 60. REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski
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