When Dario Guerrero, an illegal immigrant who found out about his status in high school, told Harvard that he was in the country illegally, the school encouraged him to apply–and gave him a full scholarship after he was accepted. Writing in the Washington Post, Guerrero, who is currently a junior at the university, said after an MIT official recommended that he not apply to the school during a trip to visit college, he “left the office in a daze” because MIT had been his dream school. He started walking down Massachusetts Avenue” and, “without really planning it, I found myself in the middle of Harvard.
But one researcher from Harvard Medical School, David Sinclair, believes the secret to stopping the aging process is closer than we think. “I wouldn’t begin to put a limit on the human lifespan,” he says. Sinclair has spent the past 20 years looking for ways to help people live longer, healthier lives.