Group Formed to Promote Immortality as a National Priority

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The Coalition to Extend Life, (C.E.L.), a recently created organization whose purpose is to build a national movement in support of immortality research and to press Congress and the Administration to create a “Manhattan Project" dedicated to curing the terminal disease of aging, is announcing that its website, http://www.coalitiontoextendlife.org, is on line, and its plan to solicit 1,000,000 signatures of American voters is underway.

The Coalition to Extend Life, (C.E.L.), a recently created organization whose purpose is to build a national movement in support of immortality research and to press Congress and the Administration to create a “Manhattan Project" dedicated to curing the terminal disease of aging, is announcing that its website, http://www.coalitiontoextendlife.org, is on line, and its plan to solicit 1,000,000 signatures of American voters is underway.

Founder and Executive Director, Tom Mooney, said "the idea of a political movement to promote the funding of scientific research into the causes of aging and to demand that our elected leaders perceive this as a national priority has become a reality." While the goals of C.E.L. may seem quixotic to some, significant research is being done into the reasons why we age and finally die. It is essential that significant resources be allocated to this field of study in order to extend our lives indefinitely.

C.E.L. will organize around the country and work tirelessly to give a new meaning to the phrase, "pro-life."

Further information about the organization is available on our website: http://www.coalitiontoextendlife.org; or call Executive Director, Tom Mooney 202-445-4876

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