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rachel dalwood
gold coast, australia
Monday, November 14, 2011
9:53:14 AM
All the women in my family have lived, if not to 100, very close to it, for many generations. My great uncle who died in 1993 had down's syndrome and lived into his late 60's - a great age that no doctor's ever thought he's reach. But aside from Uncle Jack, it's the women who just live on and on. In the end they all just die in their sleep. Doctors are always amazed when they do check ups on the older women, there isn't a single thing wrong. They have no prescription medicine, no bone problems. And we never get sick with anything. Our family constantly amazes doctors, and I think we should be studied.
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Saturday, April 16, 2011
4:05:51 AM
Excellent Post. Really useful for me.. Thanks

Pamela Kiefer
Horseheads, NY
Friday, January 28, 2011
10:44:00 AM
My husband & I just returned from a trip to The Galapagos Islands. Lilly Port was one of our fellow travelers. She participated in every excursion, riding a rubber boat and stepping out into water and rocks...not easy for anyone. She always had a smile, participated in everything, dressed beautifully at night and was a favorite among both the guest and staff.
Val Bissland
Saturday, December 11, 2010
7:53:38 PM
Although this project is focused on identifying longevity genes, an appreciation of making the most of every day, which these four people display in spades, is something we can all learn to do in our own lives just a little bit more. This will impact favourably on our physiology and brain chemistry, enhancing our chances of a long and healthy life. Genes, the environment and our social and emotional selves interact to make us what we are. That said, it is important that geneticists continue to push the boundaries and find out if healthy ageing is possible for more of us through drug therapy.
Mary B
Staten Island
Friday, November 12, 2010
10:50:25 PM
What all these people have in common is a keen appreciation of life, strong work ethic, and intellectual vigor. They are an inspiration. They would be admirable at any age.
Bill G.
Tuesday, November 02, 2010
11:59:40 AM
I never cease to be impressed by these individuals that survived hardships we could not imagine, worked hard so their children could have a better life and now are living healthy lives into their senior years. They are a population I have come to admire and respect for their tenacity and zest for living.
Monday, November 01, 2010
7:51:28 PM
I love these videos. It is great to see these folks take advantage of what their great genes have to offer by living full active healthy lives!
Monday, November 01, 2010
7:43:33 PM
I can see how she had three husbands who were in love with her (and she with them). She seems like such a wonderful person, so full of life, that it would be hard not to be in love with her.
Sunita Reed
Sunday, October 31, 2010
10:45:09 AM
Study participant Lilly Port, age 96, called Einstein after watching the video series. She said she was amused to see that she was "the juvenile" in the group. Lilly is now planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands. Go Lilly!
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