This scientist believes he has found the elixir of life and thinks we can extend human life span by another 30 to 50 years, at least.
Has this scientist finally found the fountain of youth?
This scientist believes he has found the elixir of life and thinks we can extend human life span by another 30 to 50 years, at least.
This scientist believes he has found the elixir of life, and thinks we can extend human life span by another 30 to 50 years, at least.
This scientist believes he has found the elixir of life, and thinks we can extend human life span by another 30 to 50 years, at least.
This scientist believes he has found the elixir of life and thinks we can extend human life span by another 30 to 50 years, at least.
Epigenome editing is headed to the clinic. I'm glad wrote about this, but agree with that the focus on rejuvenation is unfortunate. The impact will be in genetic disease (Encoded Therapeutics and Dravet; and HD/ALS).
The 2019 David Sinclair “Fountain of Youth” Media Hype award goes to: With a rational cameo by
"Aging consists of 'hundreds of different processes' to which simple solutions are unlikely. Theoretically...science can 'create processes that are so powerful they could override all of the other ones.' But he adds, 'We don’t know that right now.'"
“The powerful tool that the researchers applied to the mouse is called “reprogramming.” It’s a way to reset the body’s so-called epigenetic marks: chemical switches in a cell that determine which of its genes are turned on and which are off.”
Has this scientist finally found the fountain of youth? - via < wondering if we are getting ever closer to it ...
Has this scientist finally found the fountain of youth? “I think the kid that will be living to 130 is already with us. He has already been born. I’m convinced.”