What’s Their Secret? A New Clue to How the World’s Oldest People, ‘Supercentenarians,’ Avoid Cancer

Published Nov 15, 2019

What’s Their Secret? A New Clue to How the World’s Oldest People, ‘Supercentenarians,’ Avoid Cancer

A study finds that people over 110 years old have higher numbers of immune cells that can fight off infections and cancer.

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