The Truth About the Test that Tells You How Long You will Live

A controversial new blood test released by Life Length has recently made media headlines. The test, analyzed further in an accompanying interview with the company's CEO, claims to determine how long an individual can live based on the length of their telomeres.

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Dr. Dave and Steve Matlin

I can’t think of any test that would be more valuable for a person or a doctor to know about and follow.

Fleetwood, PA (PRWEB) July 26, 2012

Last year, a controversial blood test was released by a Spanish company known as Life Length.

There was a brief explosion of media coverage surrounding the release of the test. It was surrounded by a lot of controversy and a full spectrum of positive and negative comments from the scientific community and the public. Comments like “we shouldn’t know this information” and “the insurance companies will use it against us” were common. Also common were the positive acknowledgements of the huge advances in science, longevity and health span this test might help bring to fruition.

Dr. Dave Woynarowski M.D., who coauthored the first and only book on telomeres for the lay public, decided to go to the source and find out just what this test was really all about.

The results of Dr. Dave's research can be heard here in his interview with Life Length CEO, Steve Matlin.

Dr. Dave interviews one of the main players at Life Length in an exclusive tell-all interview that anyone who has any interest in living longer and healthier will find unique and revealing.

Some of the toughest questions that are asked and answered here are:

1) What does the Life Length test really indicate and why isn't that information available anywhere else?
2) Is the technology reliable?
3) Will it really tell how long individuals are going to live?!
4) How much does it cost and how can it be attained?
5) Can the insurance companies really use this against people?

As a leader in bringing previously unknown anti-aging information to the general public, Dr Dave had this to say, “I can’t think of any test that would be more valuable for a person or a doctor to know about and follow. This information is at least 10 years ahead of anything else we have access to out there, but so few people know about it. I aim to change all that!”

This is sure to be a life changing interview for many people.


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