Liz Parrish joins forces with his holiness the Dalai Lama to discuss ‘Sickness, Ageing & Death’ – part of a dialogue on compassion & technology

14 September 2018
Introduction

On 15th September 2018, Liz Parrish will join forces with His Holiness The Dalai Lama to discuss the topic of ‘Sickness, Ageing and Death’. Which makes up part of a dialogue about Compassion and Technology which will be based in Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam.

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, describes himself as a simple Buddhist monk. He is the spiritual leader of Tibet. His refusal to use violence in Tibet’s struggle for freedom won him the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 and the respect of the world community. The Dalai Lama has lived in exile in India since 1959, when he fled Tibet after the failed uprising against the Chinese invasion. Since that time, he has devoted himself to the plight of his people and to promoting world peace, winning the respect and affection of world leaders and millions of people throughout the world. His policy of non-violence offers a solution to the most difficult political, environmental and personal problems of our time.

Liz Parrish is the Founder and CEO of BioViva, a company committed to extending healthy lifespans using gene and cell technologies. In 2015, Liz became the first person in the world to take dual gene therapies to treat aging. Liz is known as “the woman who wants to genetically engineer you,” she is a humanitarian, entrepreneur and innovator, and a leading voice for regenerative medicine. Liz has devoted all her time to ending suffering due to ill health caused by aging

Together His Holiness The Dalai Lama, and Liz Parrish will be discussing the challenges that face our aging world, how we all need to help each other to create a world that free from suffering due to sickness, and the role that technology can play to achieve these goals. Join their discussion which will be broadcast live on this link on the 15th of September

His Holiness the Dalai Lama will be sharing his personal views on how technology shapes our lives

Diederick Croese, CEO SingularityU The Netherlands states: “Increasingly in the modern-day world, our habits, ethos, culture and politics are increasingly being placed in the spotlight. As such, it is necessary to work towards a better future for not only our children, but also ourselves. We all feel incredibly humbled that his holiness the Dalai Lama will be joining us on 15th September to share his personal views on the influence technology has within our lives”.

CEO of BioViva, Liz Parrish, will be talking about her company BioViva, and how it is revolutionising the anti-ageing industry and human health

Liz Parrish will be speaking alongside his holiness the Dalai Lama as part of a wider dialogue on Sickness, Ageing and Death. Headed by BioViva CEO Liz Parrish, BioViva is a platform to expedite the development of drugs and treatments that affect the human health span. BioViva has developed a number of biomarkers for ageing and regularly works with clinicians, biomedical scientists and statisticians to develop innovative protocols relating to clinical trials for gene and cell therapies.

Join Liz Parrish and His Holiness the Dalai Lama on 15th September for their discussions on ‘Sickness, Ageing and Death’

Diseases such as dementia, cardiovascular disease, cancer and type 2 diabetes cost society a trillion dollars each. As such, savings associated in reducing these effects can be outstanding. In addition to personally benefitting millions of people living with such chronic illnesses. Not to mention the economic benefits to for companies and countries.

Together Liz and HH Dalai Lama will be discussing the challenges that face our aging world, how we all need to help each other to create a world that free from suffering due to sickness, and the role that technology can play to achieve these goals. So to learn more about what BioViva does and the benefits they are providing to human health, why not attend the discussion on 15th September in Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam.

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