No other denomination teaches that persons will escape death. This is how everlasting life becomes a carrot on a stick.
Other denominations accept that death is inevitable, it's a fact of life but their soul will live on in heaven after their physical body dies.
During my childhood indoctrination I recall the JW sister who studied with me quoted Job 33:25 from a WT publication:
"let their flesh be renewed like a child’s; let them be restored as in the days of their youth".
As I recall, the publication (possibly a WT magazine) had a picture showing the aging process of an old man being reversed. The sister claimed that this is how it will be in Paradise. After leaving the JWs I realized that this scripture was not describing the reversal of aging during some future Paradise.
It was interesting that when I told persons in FS that God's plan is for them to live forever on a Paradise earth, some would remark that I was speaking nonsense and being unrealistic because as far as they know, you live and then you die at some point, that's just the way life is. I thought they were mistaken, too blind to see, because as per my JW brainwashing, this is what God's original plan was for mankind.
It is said that religion satisfies psychological needs. Young people, especially, are given to idealism and this was true of me. My idealism, among other things (dysfunctional, stressed family life) made me easy pickings for the WT's live forever on a Paradise earth ideology.