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Video Recording: The Extended Lifespan. Is in our best interests

16 February 2012

Professor Nick Tyler
(Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, Crucible Centre): Introduction

Professor Mel Bartley  (Epidemiology and Public Health, ESRC Centre for Life Course Studies in Society and Health)

Professor Mary Gilhooly (Brunel Institute for Ageing Studies, Brunel University)

Baroness Sally Greengross (International Longevity Centre-UK)

Professor Malcolm Grant (UCL Provost, Chair, NHS Commissioning Board)

Q&A

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