The Alliance for Longevity Initiatives (A4LI) is an independent 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, with the mission to advance legislation and policies that aim to increase healthy human lifespan, with a focus on accelerating equitable access to next-generation therapies.
Problem #1: Aging kills people
About 70% of daily deaths are caused by aging or age-related diseases, but scientists are trying to fix that. For all of history, humans have had to accept aging as an inevitability; we've never had the technological capabilities to slow, stop or reverse the process. Over the last few decades, however, technology has advanced to the point where this isn't the case any longer. Leading scientists at some of the most prestigious academic institutions, alongside numerous million and billion dollar biotechnology companies, are fully committed to understanding the biological mechanisms of cellular aging and how to precisely manipulate the rate of aging in humans through medical interventions, as a way to combat the bevy of diseases and health problems that come with advanced age.
Problem #2: The US Government isn't doing enough
The US government has the largest budget, spends a minuscule fraction of it to address the aging process and may miss out on tremendous economic reward because of it.
The Solution: The Alliance for Longevity Initiatives
A 501(c)(4) organization (A4LI) focused on advocating for political reform to aid in the growth and development of the longevity industry is vital.