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'''Human Longevity Inc.''' (HLI) is a [[Wikipedia:Genome|genomic]] [[Life extension|life-extension]] company based in California.<ref name="wired">Rundle, Michael. (24 April 2015). [https://www.wired.co.uk/article/brad-perkins-human-longevity-wired-health-2015 "'Supercharged' genomics: 100 years of breakthroughs possible in 10 years"]. ''Wired UK''. "Based in San Diego, Human Longevity is fixed on using genome data and analytics to develop new ways to fight age-related diseases."</ref> It was co-founded by [[J. Craig Venter]], who led one of the first teams to sequence the human genome.<ref name="cnbc">Ferris, Robert. (19 July 2016). [https://www.cnbc.com/2016/07/19/this-biotech-wants-to-radically-extend-human-lifespan.html "This biotech wants to radically extend human lifespan"]. ''CNBC''. "'It is the most comprehensive physical you can get,' said company co-founder J. Craig Venter, on 'Squawk Box.' [...] Venter led one of the two teams of scientists who first sequenced the human genome."</ref> The company offers medical test packages, which include genome sequencing and MRI, that as of 2017 cost between $2,500 and $25,000 USD.<ref name="bloomberg">Chen, Caroline. (13 September 2017). [https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-13/save-your-life-test-for-25-000-draws-rich-patients-and-skeptics "This $25,000 Life-Extension Test Is Impressing Investors But Not Doctors"]. ''Bloomberg Businessweek''. "In May, it created a $7,500 option with reduced services, then added a $4,900 offering for just the genome and whole body MRI. The website has been offering a limited time promotion of $2,500."</ref>
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'''Human Longevity Inc.''' (HLI) is a [[Wikipedia:Genome|genomic]] [[Life extension|life-extension]] company based in California. <ref>https://www.wired.co.uk/article/brad-perkins-human-longevity-wired-health-2015</ref> It was co-founded by [[J. Craig Venter]], who led one of the first teams to sequence the human genome. <ref>https://www.cnbc.com/2016/07/19/this-biotech-wants-to-radically-extend-human-lifespan.html</ref> The company offers medical test packages, which include genome sequencing and MRI, that as of 2017 cost between $2,500 and $25,000 USD. <ref>https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-13/save-your-life-test-for-25-000-draws-rich-patients-and-skeptics </ref>
  
 
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Human Longevity Inc. (HLI) is a genomic life-extension company based in California. [1] It was co-founded by J. Craig Venter, who led one of the first teams to sequence the human genome. [2] The company offers medical test packages, which include genome sequencing and MRI, that as of 2017 cost between $2,500 and $25,000 USD. [3]

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