Excellent work Maria.
It has been clear to me in logic that indefinite life extension is possible since 1974 — as if you think about it, every cell alive today has essentially been alive for some 4 billion years. Sure some have more genetic recombination than others, and some have gone through many cycles of ploidy, and in all cases there is unbroken linkage. The default modality has to be indefinite life, overlain with other modalities. We just need to identify them.
Suggest looking at the site Nutritionfacts.org — I have been vegan for 6 years since getting a terminal melanoma diagnosis — 2 weeks from 5 years clear of tumours. Also use high dose 2 x 9g daily vitamin C and 1 x B vit supplements.
Doing OK for a dead guy. Would like to stay around for a few hundred million years to come.
Keep up the great work!