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Would you like to live to 130? Researchers think it could be possible

Researchers estimated near 100% probability that the current record of maximum reported age at death—Calment’s 122 years, 164 days—will be broken. Image: Unsplash/ Matthew Bennett

Kim Eckart

Public Information Officer, University of Washington

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There's a strong likelihood of at least one person living to between 125 and 132 years. Image: Demographic Research

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