The Valter Longo Foundation supports research aimed at rapidly developing inexpensive, creative, integrative therapies for the treatment of serious diseases and the identification of strategies to prevent illness and promote longer, healthier lives.
The foundation is engaged in fundraising, conducting its own research, and advancing the work of other scientists studying nutrition and longevity. Project selection guidelines focus on scientific rigor, potential, and creativity.
Gifts support research at the USC Longevity Institute in Los Angeles and at the FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology in Milan, Italy, as well as work at other research institutions, universities, and medical centers showing excellence in this field. The foundation aims to hold administrative costs below 20 percent of its expenditures.
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