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Further evidence for the role of telomeres comes from observations that some cancer cells exhibit excessive telomerase activity (1,25). Additional evidence also comes from the association of experimental lengthening of telomeres with an increase in the replicative life spans of those cells (26,27). Longevity Genes and Accelerated Aging Syndromes Evidence for longevity genes comes from several observations: aggregation of extended longevity in siblings of centenarians, clustering of certain genes in longestliving individuals, and the existence of patients with accelerated aging syndromes (8,9,28–30).
Nurture determines the extent to which the organism reaches the maximum of the genetic program. By modulating individuals’ susceptibility to diseases and disability, these nurture–nature interactions determine health-related quality of life and life expectancy. LIFE EXPECTANCY, LIFE QUALITY, AND LIFE SPAN Life expectancy is deﬁned as the age at which half of a speciﬁed population dies—the median lifespan for that species. In the Western world, the human life expectancy has increased from between 50 and 55 in the early 1900s to between 75 and 80 in the late 1990s (1,2,10,11).
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