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Now, in an ambitious international effort, researchers in 15 nations have spent the last ten years searching their countries for people who reached the age of 110 or more.Together they found over 600 supercentenarians (in the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, the United Kingdom and in the Nordic countries). The new data was used to create the International Database on Longevity (IDL), .With the list in hand the researchers easily tracked down 17 supercentenarians.The record holder in longevity is still the French woman Jeanne Calment, who died in 1997 at the age of 122."The IDL is the first reliable record of scientifically verified data about supercentenarians on an international scope", says Heiner Maier from the MPIDR.
It is unclear, however, whether this evidence will remain constant with future supercentenarians.In some cases going through all of the records would have been logistically impossible.In Germany, for instance, the researchers would have had to sort through records of roughly 8000 Residence Registry Offices.Today there is not only a dramatically increasing number of centenarians, but also more and more men and women who live to 110 years old or older - the supercentenarians."Investigating very old age has always been difficult for demographers," says Heiner Maier from the MPIDR.