January 3, 2012

LONGEVITY: Aging slowed in mice with supplement mix. Slowing aging is okay. Reversal would be better . . . .

UPDATE: Charlie Martin notes this: Stem cells reverse aging in mice. “The mice, which had been engineered to mimic a human disease called progeria, would normally have grown old when they were quite young. But that changed when researchers injected muscle stem cells from healthy young mice into the bellies of the quickly aging mice. Within days, the doddering and frail mice began to act like they were living the storyline of ‘The Strange Case of Benjamin Button’ as they started looking and acting younger.”

Faster, please.

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