Scientists map 115 year old woman’s genome

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Dutch researchers has mapped a 115 year old woman’s genome to see if they can unlock the secrets to her long life.

The woman referred to only as W115 donated her body to science and was the oldest living person at the time of her death. After her death they detected no signs of dementia or vascular disease.

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