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'Cure for Death' - Is It Really Possible?

by Himabindu Venkatakrishnan on February 16, 2015 at 6:42 PM
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 'Cure for Death' - Is It Really Possible?

Doctors claim that it could be possible to freeze the body's "clock" and enable people to remain middle-aged for ever, reports the Daily Star, which means, "cure for death" is possible.

Scientists studying the ageing process have stated that they are close to finding a "cure for death."


Teams of experts in California's technology hub Silicon Valley are vying to become the first to crack the secret of eternal life.

Top medic and investor Joon Yun has launched a 1 million dollars prize to go to anyone who can "hack the code of life" and keep people young.

Source: ANI


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