CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 30, 2012
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(New York: Jon LaPook) A look at one centenarian "superager" presented; details given about the longevity of his family of Ashkenazi Jews and the quality of their lives and the presence of the protective CETP gene. [106-year-old Irving KAHN- recalls the old days; talks about his health; jokes about his legacy.] [69-year old son Tom CAHN- comments.] [Albert Einstein College of Medicine Dr. Nir BARZILAI- says we study their biological components to prevent age-related diseases.]
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