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Some months ago, we announced an initiative by Nicolas Chernavsky and Nina Torres Zanvettor to translate Ending Aging into Portuguese.

As of today, the translated book is available in an electronic format on Amazon and is ready to reach millions more readers, as reported in a recent press release:

THE PORTUGUESE VERSION OF THE BOOK ENDING AGING WAS PUBLISHED ON JUNE 5th

A classic book about the possibility of repairing the damage of aging is now available in the native tongue of hundreds of millions more people.

The book Ending Aging, by the British biogerontologist Aubrey de Grey and Michael Rae, has been published in Portuguese on June 5th. The book presents a series of possible strategies to repair the cellular and molecular damage that occurs in the human body throughout life. With these strategies, age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes, could be avoided.

Since it was published in 2007 in its original English version, the book has become a classic of biogerontology and has already been translated into German, Spanish, Russian and Italian. With the additional 250 million people that speak Portuguese as their native tongue, the number of people that can access the book’s content more easily continues to rise.

For now, only a digital version of this book is being published. It was translated to Portuguese by Nicolas Chernavsky and Nina Torres Zanvettor and is now available for purchase on Amazon at http://a.co/eMGfILS (amazon.com.br) and http://a.co/akmGdSv (amazon.com).

Congratulations to Nicolas and Nina for their achievement; it’ll certainly help spread the word about the feasibility of defeating aging.

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Nicola Bagalà

Nicola is a bit of a jack of all trades—a holder of an M.Sc. in mathematics; an amateur programmer; a hobbyist at novel writing, piano and art; and, of course, a passionate life extensionist. After his interest in the science of undoing aging arose in 2011, he gradually shifted from quiet supporter to active advocate in 2015, first launching his advocacy blog Rejuvenaction before eventually joining LEAF. These years in the field sparked an interest in molecular biology, which he actively studies. Other subjects he loves to discuss to no end are cosmology, artificial intelligence, and many others—far too many for a currently normal lifespan, which is one of the reasons he’s into life extension.
  1. June 8, 2018

    I have alredy bought mine, nice work!

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