Genetics by the Forward

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Why do some people age slowly and live healthier lives? What are the secrets to their longevity? Join a fascinating discussion with the team who are identifying the longevity gene in Ashkenazi Jews as they address questions on aging and what it means to be healthy and live long.

Rob Eshman, National Editor at the Forward will moderate a conversation with Dr. Nir Barizilai, Director of the Einstein Institute for Aging Research and Dr. Sofiya Milman, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology and Geriatrics and Director of Human Longevity Studies at the Einstein Institute for Aging Research.


March 10: How to Die Young at a Very Old Age

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