Research in regenerative medicine and genetics, the individualisation of healthcare and the accuracy of diagnoses takes us to the possibility of prolonging our lifetime. What knowledge and techniques are being applied? What transformations do they bring to the way in which we care for and protect our health? What economic and social implications may occur? What are the biological and ethical limits of this search for a perpetual life?
In this lecture cycle, we will be looking for answers to these and other questions and revealing the challenges that we face, in order to welcome the contribution of those people who are living for longer.
Ana Teresa Freitas, Hedi Peterson, Maria do Carmo Fonseca
Ana Sepúlveda, Judite Gonçalves, Maria João Valente Rosa
HEALTHY AGING: SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOURS
Alexandra Marques, António Jacinto, Lino Ferreira, Mário Barbosa
THE ROLE OF DEGENERATIVE MEDICINE IN LONGEVITY
Joaquim Sampaio Cabral
Fidelidade – Companhia de Seguros
Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon University (IST), Nova SBE Health Economics and Management KC
Arlindo Oliveira (IST), Joaquim Sampaio Cabral (IST), Pedro Pita Barros (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Liliana Coutinho, Joaquim Sampaio Cabral, Pedro Pita Barros
SIC Notícias, Público, Antena 1, Jornal de Negócios