Who wants to live for ever? – Ageing can be cured—and, in part, it soon will be | Books & arts | The Economist

“Old Age Is A Massacre.”  wrote Philip Roth, long before the pandemic underscored its hazards. Even those who count as young must often watch the ineluctable drift of loved ones into decrepitude. Andrew Steele has a hopeful message for all those facing this prospect (ie, everyone). Old age needn’t be a massacre; in fact, old age needn’t even be old.

That is Andrew Steele’s thesis in “Ageless”

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