"Everyone has an interest in this," explains Sonia Arrison author of a new book 100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers and Relationships to Family and Faith, "because everyone has an interest in living healthier, longer."
Arrison sat down with Reason.tv to talk about the technological innovations and regenerative medicine that will fuel the the next "longevity revolution." She explains what people need to expect and how regulatory reforms are needed to speed the innovations up so that "we will be able to repair ourselves."
Interview by Reason's Paul Feine. Shot by Alex Manning and edited by Sharif Matar.
About 9.30 minutes long.
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