Anti-aging breakthrough? | Machines Like Us

Life extension debate

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On December 20th, Machines Like Us cited an article from The Guardian called: Anti-aging compound set for human trials. The study, involving Harvard University and the University of NSW, allegedly discovered a way of restoring the efficiency of cells, completely reversing the aging process in muscles.

We invited Michael Rae, science writer for the SENS Research Foundation, to comment on this finding, and here is his response:

via Anti-aging breakthrough? | Machines Like Us.

Well, it looks like the anti-aging experts are throwing some cold water on the anti-aging “breakthrough” reported a few days ago.  It sound far more limited than was initially implied.

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2 Responses to Anti-aging breakthrough? | Machines Like Us

  1. Steve Morris says:

    Boo! Will have to keep eating cabbages!


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