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Let's focus first on becoming human. In a dystopic present, where half of the world's population goes hungry and could be saved from their predicament with a few cents a day, the ruling elite are looking for ways to become immortal. These endeavors are marketed as private efforts only to be financed at taxpayer's expense.
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11 June 2018
Tel-Aviv U. Faculty of Med. Dep. of Family Medicine