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“…4). In view of predictions of very rapid growth of the number of centenarians (Thatcher, 2010), the results based on the exponential regression for n may capture the most likely development.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…4). In view of predictions of very rapid growth of the number of centenarians (Thatcher, 2010), the results based on the exponential regression for n may capture the most likely development.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some reports in this area are highly sensationalistic, particularly those traceable to financiers or CEO’s touting novel procedures that promise to “disrupt” mortality (Sifferlin, 2017). But there are also legitimate scientific voices that suggest that already-existing generations may attain maximal lifespans in excess of 125 years (Thatcher, 2010: 200; Rootzén and Zholud, 2017). Although extant studies of supercentenarians do not reveal many common features, gender is one key linking factor (women outnumber men among supercentenarians), while access to modern medical procedures is another (Maier et al, 2010: 319–320).…”
Section: Naturalizing the Centennialmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…He was actively engaged in demographic research until his death. One of his last papers, The Compression of Deaths above the Mode , is published in this volume of Demographic Research (Thatcher et al 2010). Roger signed the copyright agreement for the paper on January 24, just a few weeks before his death.…”
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