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March 12th, 2007
"Chasing Life," which will be an April CNN special, didn't turn out as it started, which was as a more philosophical look at the idea of immortality, "the one thing we can't have, although so many of us want it," Dr. Gupta said.
After many iterations, he said, the book morphed into a guide to the technology of living longer, from the promises of stem cell research to nanotechnology, coupled with a practical guide to living a healthy life into older age. That means stressing the importance of getting screened for cancer or high blood pressure, eating well, exercising and cutting out known risks such as smoking.
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