The people with good genes along with a DOB of year 2030 or after will have more.

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The people with good genes along with a DOB of year 2030 or after will have more chances to live up to the year 2100.

Please check my sentence.
 

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People with good genes, born in or around 2030, will have a good chance of living until 2100.

I'm not sure which country this refers to. In the UK, living until the age of 70 is not at all unusual. The average life expectancy in the UK, for people born between 2013 and 2015, is 79.1 years for men and 82.8 years for women.
 
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1) born in or after 2030
2) born in 2030 or later
Are these correct?

Thanks Yamato. I have fixed my typo. It should have been "in". I have also changed it to "in or around" because I realised that "in or after" didn't make sense. Someone born in 2099 would be born after 2030, and I would certainly hope that they would have a good chance of surviving until 2100!
 

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People with good genes, born in or around 2030, will have a good chance of living until 2100.

I'm not sure which country this refers to. In the UK, living until the age of 70 is not at all unusual. The average life expectancy in the UK, for people born between 2013 and 2015, is 79.1 years for men and 82.8 years for women.

It is 67.5 years here if you are talking about the middle class or poor people. Rich is very rich here and poor is very poor and do not talk about middle class people they are stuck in the middle with no where to go but the life is still going on.
 

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In the UK, the are also differences in life expectancy and other health indicators between socioeconomic groups.
 
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