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The '''Life Extension Advocacy Foundation''' is a US foundation advocating [[life extension]].
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The '''Life Extension Advocacy Foundation''' is a US foundation advocating [[life extension]], specifically longevity research investment, headed by [[Keith Comito]].
  
Its main project is [[Lifespan.io]].
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Its main project is [[Lifespan.io]]. The organization has also partnered with [[Future Grind]] to create the [[Rejuvenation Roundup]] podcast, which is hosted by [[Ryan O'Shea]].
  
Site resources include countering [[arguments against life extension]]<ref>[Arguments against life extension FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS]</ref>
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Site resources include countering [[arguments against life extension]].<ref>[http://www.lifeextensionadvocacyfoundation.org/faq/ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS]</ref>
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.lifeextensionadvocacyfoundation.org/ lifeextensionadvocacyfoundation.org]
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* [http://www.leafscience.org/ leafscience.org]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCofPTsvqicfVFYifwB3_XhQ YouTube]
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{{facebook page|https://www.facebook.com/lifespanio/}}
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
[[Category:Transhumanist organisations]]
 
[[Category:Transhumanist organisations]]
 
[[Category:American organisations]]
 
[[Category:American organisations]]
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[[Category:LEAF]]
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[[Category:YouTube]]

Latest revision as of 12:38, 14 December 2018

The Life Extension Advocacy Foundation is a US foundation advocating life extension, specifically longevity research investment, headed by Keith Comito.

Its main project is Lifespan.io. The organization has also partnered with Future Grind to create the Rejuvenation Roundup podcast, which is hosted by Ryan O'Shea.

Site resources include countering arguments against life extension.[1]

External links

References