Jennie Chin Hansen

Past President, AARP

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Past President of the AARP (formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons); CEO of the American Geriatrics Society, a member organization of health professionals

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In industrialized countries, only one in six thousand people lives past the age of 100.

The Pros and Cons of Extreme Longevity

In industrialized countries, only one in six thousand people lives past the age of 100.

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In industrialized countries, only one in six thousand people lives past the age of 100.

The Pros and Cons of Extreme Longevity

In industrialized countries, only one in six thousand people lives past the age of 100.

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