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Do you think we're at the stage where rapamycin with a small once a week dose might help?

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#1 RichardAlan

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Posted 08 December 2018 - 11:54 AM


If so, what gains could you expect and do we already have people here on the forum that are using it?



#2 Mind

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Posted 08 December 2018 - 12:51 PM

I thinks "gains" is the wrong terminology. Rapamycin slows aging. I am unaware of much in the way of rejuvenation effects.


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#3 smithx

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Posted Today, 07:00 AM

It depends on what condition you're in. Some quotes from Dr. Green:

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My point was I had been in good shape with jogging and tennis so when I started going down hill it was very apparent. At about age 67 I stopped playing tennis due to slowness and fatigue. I tried to control increasing size of waist line with diet but without much success. However, I viewed all changes as normal aging which was the traditional medical view. It wasn’t until age 72 when I developed angina and SOB walking up small hills in the park with my 2 Shiba innu dogs, that I finally concluded that I had a progressive fatal disease and that disease was aging.

 

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After 4 months of the rapamycin based treatment, my body had undergone what I considered a miraculous change and I felt cured. Being cured was what resonated with me. Today I went for a 40 mile bike ride with a stiff headwind. I felt perfectly fine and when came home I took my dogs for walk in the park and those small hills which once caused angina now seemed like nothing more than Gopher mounds. So it is not the Blagosklonny theory which impressed me; but rather the results.


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