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Google-Backed Calico Project Will Investigate Anti-Aging Technologies

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The Internet search and advertising giant has tapped Genentech and Apple chairman Art Levinson to lead a new initiative that will explore aging and related diseases. Google will invest an undisclosed amount to launch the latest Silicon Valley-funded effort to extend human longevity.

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