Anti-ageing compound set for human trials after turning clock back for mice | Science | theguardian.com

Australian and US researchers hope an anti-ageing compound could be trialled on humans as early as next year, following a key breakthrough that saw the ageing process reversed in mice.

The study, involving Harvard University and the University of NSW, discovered a way of restoring the efficiency of cells, completely reversing the ageing process in muscles.

via Anti-ageing compound set for human trials after turning clock back for mice | Science | theguardian.com.

Wow.  Very much related to some of our recent conversations.  I had heard about the work with mice, but had no idea they were this close to human trials.

5 thoughts on “Anti-ageing compound set for human trials after turning clock back for mice | Science | theguardian.com

        1. I’m grateful for the sentiment, and for the conversation. Although I’m not a believer, and sometimes have conversations about that, I hope I’ve never said anything to make you as a believer feel unwelcome. I relish conversations with anyone interested in reality, even if we disagree.

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