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Boomers and Aging

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Baby boomers will change forever how we define aging. We'll discuss how advances in medical technology promise a gentler experience as boomers edge closer to their golden years, and what these improvements will mean for the young and the rest of us.

Joseph Coughlin
*Director, New England University Transportation Center, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation and Logistics
*Founding director of the MIT AgeLab

Sherwin Nuland
*Clinical professor of surgery at Yale School of Medicine
*Author of How We Die: Reflections on Life's Final Chapter

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