Where Biotech, Infotech and Nanotech
Meet to Reverse Aging by 2033
By identifying and supporting emerging medical technologies, Maximum Life Foundation will help reverse the human aging process by 2033 – leading to your open-ended youthful lifespan.
Using 7 simple steps, we also show you how to stay alive and healthy until we reach our goal.
The world mourns 100,000 “premature” deaths every day to aging. We also lose their wisdom, knowledge and skills. MaxLife plans to save thousands of those precious lives… every day.
Consider. The human death toll in the Year 2001 from all 227 nations on Earth was nearly 55 million people. 52 million of these were “natural” deaths and 37 million were directly related to aging.
Each one of us carries within us a unique and complex universe of knowledge, life experience and human relationships. Almost all this rich treasury of information is forever lost when you die. If the vast content of each person’s life can be summarized in just one book, then every year, natural death robs us of 52 million books, worldwide. So each year, we allow a destruction of knowledge equivalent to three Libraries of Congress.
In an article titled “Medical Value, Despite Many Obstacles” in the September 2, 2006 edition of Medical News Today, it stated that researchers “estimated that from birth, the increased life expectancy since 1960 – approximately seven years, from 69.90 to 76.87 years – has cost $19,900 per added year of life. Comparing this $19,900 against the value of a year of life as defined by the insurance companies and medical decision-makers, a figure that ranges from $50,000 to $200,000, according to different statistical estimates – [the researchers] judged the increase in medical costs to be a good value.”
During the 20th century, average life expectancy of Americans increased by 30 years. This is due in large part to medical advances against major diseases, according to the new study by Murphy and Topel titled "The Value of Health and Longevity," to be published in the Journal of Political Economy. The authors estimate this increase in life expectancy is worth more than $1.2 million for each American alive today. The study found from 1970 to 2000, gains in life expectancy added about $3.2 trillion per year to national wealth.
According to economists at the University of Chicago, in an April 4, 2006 article, finding a cure for cancer would be worth about $50 trillion, and even a modest one percent reduction in mortality from cancer would be worth nearly $500 billion in social value. Social value of improved health and longevity is the amount in dollars that additional life years or other health improvements are worth to people, the report said. The value of improved longevity is based on what individuals gain from the enjoyment of consumption and time during an additional year of life, rather than how much they earn.
Consider. Natural death also destroys wealth on a grand scale, an average value of about $2 million dollars for each human life lost, or an economic loss of about $100 trillion dollars – every year. That’s equal to the entire tangible wealth of the world.
Consider. The world’s greatest resource is the knowledge, skills and wisdom acquired by 2 billion older world citizens. We waste 100,000 of those resources every DAY due to unnecessary suffering and premature death from aging causes.
Consider. The fact that you and your loved ones may get access to cutting edge life saving technologies years before they are released to the general public.
Consider. If we can speed up developing dramatic life extending technologies by just a few years, we could ultimately save more lives than were lost in every war since the beginning of time.
Consider. We can do this. And better yet, we can do it with low financial risk and with potentially massive financial rewards.
Can you think of a nobler legacy? In fact, consider the prospect of a living legacy… being the catalyst who delivers these scientific miracles to the world’s aging population.
I invite you to join us in one of the most important and profitable ventures in history.
“Every life form fights for survival. That’s how each evolved. Therefore… The Purpose of Life is, and always has been… To Delay and Avoid Death.”