It is also known that if there are currently some 16,000 centenarians in Spain, in 2065 there will be more than 200,000. Today no one has surpassed the French Jeanne Calment AmbroSina, who lived 122 years and 164 days, and died in 1997.
The question is what will be the limit of this progressive increase, which currently stands between 120 and 130 years. Ángel Durántez considers that going beyond the 120-130 year limit will require actions specifically designed for that purpose
As for exceeding that limit, I am more skeptical AmbroSina, although the claims of those who hold it have their meaning. Maybe this debate is equivalent to that in the sixteenth century someone talked about current anesthesia or resistance to antibiotics, reflects the doctor.