No. Rejuvenation therapies will be available to all – for purely economic reasons. Today’s medicine is very expensive and at the same time immature. Rejuvenation medicine will fundamentally change this situation, as it will prevent age-related decline and thus make the need for expensive prolonged treatments and care obsolete. Thus, a country that does not make this medicine available to all its citizens would be at a great economic disadvantage compared to those countries that do provide it for their population. A country that does not make use of this possibility will not be able to generate enough wealth in the future to finance its expenses and be considered a good borrower for other countries, and will sooner or later go bankrupt.

Today’s precedent is basic education, which is a national investment in the future, just as rejuvenation medicine will be – it is accessible to all free of charge.