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Living Longer, Living Stronger / Immortality & Anti-Aging (Part VI) #809849

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 24, 2005
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Sanjay Gupta) "Fantastic Voyage" author 57-year-old Ray Kurzweil's quest for immortality examined; details given of his anti-aging approach to living longer. [KURZWEIL - talks about reversing the aging process by living right, the biotechnology techniques that will augment our immune system.] [Boston University Dr. Thomas PERLS†- questions Kurzweil's anecdotal approach.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Elizabeth Cohen) Scientific research on an anti-aging vaccine examined; scenes shown of a mouse whose age has been genetically raised up. [UUniversity of Texas Southwestern Dr. Kevin ROSENBLATT - talks about the mouse & an anti-aging hormone to prolong life by protecting people against disease.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Gupta, Sanjay;
Cohen, Elizabeth

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