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The fact that people whose parents lived long lives are more likely to have long lives themselves is an argument in favor of programmed theories of aging. A. True B. False
The fact that people whose parents lived long lives are more likely to have long lives themselves is an argument in favor of programmed theories of aging. TRUE.
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The fact that people whose parents lived long lives are more likely to have long lives themselves is an argument in favor of programmed theories of aging. TRUE.
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