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Achieving a three dimensional longevity dividend


Nature Aging



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Scott A


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Improvements in life expectancy amongst high income countries are increasingly occurring in later years. Preserving a positive trend between life expectancy, health and GDP requires a longevity dividend delivering healthy and productive aging. Achieving this means exploiting the malleability of age and the additional time longevity brings. Change is already underway but significant roadblocks remain. Focusing on treatments that target delayed aging, supporting employment beyond 50 years of age and tackling ageism are key priorities. Investing in a longevity dividend is needed to offset the economic challenges of an aging society but requires deep seated changes in individual behaviour and corporate and government policies.

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