Sort of.As humans age, their bodies deteriorate.
This makes them more vulnerable to diseases and
other problems. As medicine improves, these
diseases and other problems can be lessened,
increasing the life span. However, this does not
change the fact that at some point, the body will
get weak enough that it can't live even without
diseases. This age varies from person to person,
but it is probably between 80 and 110 for most
people, and short of genetic engineering turning
people into something else, I don't see this ever
changing very much. However, many people die in
their seventies and earlier, and for them the span
of life can be increased.
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