There is no physical necessity for aging. Analogies to wearing out and to chemical corrosion are flawed and misguided.
Breakthrough Paper: ALK5 Inhibitor A Single Drug Simultaneously Rejuvenates Hippocampal Neurogenesis and Myogenesis In The Same Old Mammal
Systemic attenuation of the TGF-β pathway by a single drug simultaneously rejuvenates hippocampal neurogenesis and myogenesis in the same old mammal
BioViva, is an ambitious biotech startup that aims to cure diseases using gene therapy. It is also perhaps the first company to recognize aging as a disease and tackle it at the genetic level. And in case that wasn’t enough to get you interested, BioViva CEO Liz Parrish states that the company also want to make you “smarter, stronger, faster and more visually accurate”.
BioViva is a new company offering experimental medical services outside US borders.
In a recent paper Jaskelioff et al demonstrated reversal of aging-associated tissue and organ degeneration by manipulating telomerase activity in mice.
The DNA consists of two complementary strands. When one breaks, then repairing the other one is easy— the complementary strand is used as a guide. But when double-stranded breaks occur, proper repair is a complex problem.
Can “young” blood reverse cognitive decline and other symptoms of aging? Tony Wyss-Coray is about test plasma infusions in people.
SENS Research Foundation is proud to present the Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference: Emerging Regenerative Medicine Solutions for the Diseases of Aging. This conference will bring together leaders from the Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular, cancer, and other age-related disease communities to discuss preventative and combinatorial strategies to address the diseases of old age.
Liz Parrish hosts guest H+ Board Member Linda MacDonald Glenn
Aging is a program of self-destruction, executed under the control of hormonal signals in the blood. If we can re-balance those signals appropriately, we will be able to revert the body to a younger age. Maybe. In just one day, three papers appeared in major journals reporting on blood factors that can reverse aging.