Also in the Extended Health Span Book, Cellularity inspires a 3-way approach to exponential medicine:
HeroX Abundance 360 Impact Challenge features Niki Faldemolaei, Jim Butz, Louis Di Bianco among others.
We intend to influence the future of increasing a healthy life span by becoming a "Living Laboratory" and reporting the process of our actual experience as HLI's Health Nucleus research subjects.
A series of tests include sequencing the entire genome, MRI body scans, CT brain scans, Echo cardiogram, heart monitor, Microbiome and several more tests. The result is to establish a baseline of health and identify any early signs of dis-EASE to catch things in early stages when they can be reversed or prevented altogether.
Michael Snyder, the director of the Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine in Palo Alto, California, who made news 5 years ago when he detected his own diabetes by intensively studying his body. “Some of the stuff they found seems pretty serious, so I think it is a good thing to catch that early,” he says, predicting that in the future, “we will be measuring thousands of things much more routinely.”