Human Longevity Inc.

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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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  1. Rundle, Michael. (24 April 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."
  2. Ferris, Robert. (19 July 2016). "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."
  3. Chen, Caroline. (13 September 2017). "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."