Super Agers have genes that give them memory of those 30 or younger

Super Agers are individuals over the age of 80 who have the memory capability of those 30 or under. Dr Matt Huentelman of TGen, the leading Alzheimer’s disease researcher at the organization, will discuss his discovery of a gene associated with Super Agers. He will also discuss his research that could lead to the customization of exercise based on genomics.

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