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“…Meanwhile, as discussed below, well-documented and validated cases generally do not exceed 115 years of age. The record for Germany is just 112 [ 25 ]; for Sweden, 113 [ 26 ]; for Italy [ 26 ] and Spain [ 27 ], 114. Since 1837, with the advent of compulsory birth registration, no one in the UK has been proven to survive beyond the age of 115 years [ 26 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Meanwhile, as discussed below, well-documented and validated cases generally do not exceed 115 years of age. The record for Germany is just 112 [ 25 ]; for Sweden, 113 [ 26 ]; for Italy [ 26 ] and Spain [ 27 ], 114. Since 1837, with the advent of compulsory birth registration, no one in the UK has been proven to survive beyond the age of 115 years [ 26 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…First, we needed to verify the centenarians’ ages to ensure that they were indeed at least 100 years of age. This required applying an age-validation protocol in which we requested their birth certificates from the civil registry located in the centenarians’ self-reported places of birth (Gómez-Redondo & García, 2010).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Primero, la escasez de datos fiables hasta finales del siglo XX, especialmente entre los varones. Segundo, la tasa de verificación de defunciones de personas que registraron su muerte con 110 años o más fue de alrededor de un 25% en el período1987-2009(Gómez Redondo y García González, 2010, 2011. En este sentido se complica sobremanera la comprobación de la fecha de nacimiento para aquellas personas que nacieron previamente a la implantación del Registro civil.…”
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