The treatments were a gift, so they thought. The medical community, pharmaceutical industry and Big Tech had converged to usher in a life-extension era like no other, at least for those who could afford it. But advancements rolled out based on their discovery, not need. Science's gift was also its betrayal. As old men lived longer, thoughts they'd struggled to keep locked in their heads tumbled out their mouths. They gained a few painful years, and lost their life's work -- immortal reputations.

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