The ethics of extending life, Nov. 6
The research on extending human life is rapidly advancing. In 1900, the average life expectancy was 47 years in the United States. In 2000, it was 76.8 years. Life expectancy almost doubled in a century. Will it continue to increase? At what point will enough be enough considering the population has tripled in a generation? What are the ethical implications and consequences of further extending human life for both the individual and society? How does the quality of life play into the debate?
Join Team Kenan November 6th for a panel discussion and dinner on the ethics of extending the human life expectancy with Professors Deborah Gold and Cameron Wolfe. Catered dinner by Nosh for those who RSVP by November 4th
When: Wednesday, November 6th from 7-8:30 pm
Where: Sanford 03
RSVP: By November 4th. Click here to RSVP.