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Sixteen of the world’s top longevity scientists have formed a Boston-based academy that will seek to spotlight medical research on extending human life and developing drugs to slow the aging process.

The nonprofit Academy for Health and Lifespan Research will host forums to share research findings. It will also lobby governments in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere to increase funding and create new paths to approve age-slowing therapies.

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