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“…I anticipate that the next decade of observations will show shifts in the chronic disease profiles of those born after 1900 who had the advantages of childhood inoculation and better nutrition, as well as drug treatments for hypertension and other vascular risk factors. While many expected the record human lifespan of Jeanne Calment at 122 years [37] to be superseded soon after she died in 1997, it has not fallen despite the centenarian avalanche noted above.…”
Section: Mammalian Candidates For Negligible Senescencementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…I anticipate that the next decade of observations will show shifts in the chronic disease profiles of those born after 1900 who had the advantages of childhood inoculation and better nutrition, as well as drug treatments for hypertension and other vascular risk factors. While many expected the record human lifespan of Jeanne Calment at 122 years [37] to be superseded soon after she died in 1997, it has not fallen despite the centenarian avalanche noted above.…”
Section: Mammalian Candidates For Negligible Senescencementioning
confidence: 99%
“…These individuals are remarkable as statistical outliers of the modal age of death, which is 75-85 years in health-rich populations. However, centenarians comprise a tiny fraction of human 20th century populations, 0.01-0.02%, and fewer than 20 have exceeded the age of 115 [37,38] . They may be regarded as survivors of specific clinical conditions, some of which arose decades before [39][40][41] .…”
Section: Mammalian Candidates For Negligible Senescencementioning
confidence: 99%
“…1 Then, on the day after JC's 120th birthday, an informal international committee formed by the American demographer James W. Vaupel, the Finnish demographer Väinö Kannisto, and the Danish epidemiologist Bernard Jeune visited her and verified the documents of her validation. 2 JC (Fig. 1) was the first documented supercentenarian to reach the age of 115 and verified by researchers independent from the Guinness World Records.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 70%
“…1) was the first documented supercentenarian to reach the age of 115 and verified by researchers independent from the Guinness World Records. 2 As of today, she remains the only validated supercentenarian who crossed a symbolic threshold once considered a limit of human life span, the 120th anniversary, becoming what could be called the first verified ''hypercentenarian. ''…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…I intend to make the most of it for as long as possible.'' 22 These points become highly relevant when we In any event, Jeanne Calment does not satisfy the first criterion of validating long-lived people proposed by Sir William Thoms in his paradigm-shifting book concerning the validation of centenarians 23 and acknowledged by Robine and Allard 33 : a public declaration of reaching the age of 100 years or recognition of the centenarian in the local press. The validators decided to make an exception for Calment because of the census in 1975, which listed her as born in 1875.…”
Section: Publicity (Lack Of)mentioning
confidence: 99%