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Generation Ageless: Longevity and the Boomers

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  • Alison Chaiken
    http://cl.publicaster.com/ClickThru.aspx?pubids=6228%7c6350%7c71185&digest=1FaI%2f8b1lO0ZdOjjHOmVwQ&sysid=1 The Roundtable at Stanford: Generation Ageless:
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      The Roundtable at Stanford:
      Generation Ageless: Longevity and the Boomers
      October 23, 9:30 AM at Maples Pavilion, Stanford, CA
      Price: $10 (Stanford Faculty/Staff and Students are free with SUID)

      From family dynamics to the global economy, the graying of the boomer
      generation will impact every aspect of society. What is next for
      boomers and the generations that follow in their wake? As the planet’s
      population surges towards 9 billion in 2050, our sheer numbers will
      exert tremendous pressure on resources, infrastructures and the
      ability of leaders to address the issues of the massive shift in
      demographics. Living longer and better may be the biggest challenge
      any individual boomer faces, but the global implications of an aging
      world population are equally daunting. Few issues are as universal and
      compelling in the world and in one’s own life. Join moderator Tom
      Brokaw and a distinguished panel of leaders for the fifth Roundtable
      at Stanford University.


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      Alison Chaiken
      (650) 279-5600  (cell)
                   http://www.exerciseforthereader.org/
      The only real deadline in life is the one where you actually die. -- Eliot D.
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