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Sinclair: Dr. David Sinclair, associate professor of pathology
at Harvard Medical School, talks about how these anti-aging genes
work and the prospects of marketable anti-aging drugs.
Helfand: Dr. Stephen Helfand, professor of genetics and
developmental biology at the University of Connecticut, discusses
how the genes can lead to organisms living longer and what the
ramifications of an older, healthier population may be.
Gentry: Eri Gentry, an undergraduate at Yale University
and a member of the Calorie Restriction Society, explains her
decision to cut her calorie intake by two-thirds -- to about 1,350
calories a day -- and how it has been affecting her life.