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Epigenetic manipulation to reverse the aging process?

epigenetics progeria senescence stem cells

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#1 Lazarus Long

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 01:52 PM

I found this article that is also in the bioscience news forum. However, I believe it is important as a reminder in our genetics discussions.

MIT Technology Review: Has this scientist finally found the fountain of youth?
MIT Technology Review: Has this scientist finally found the fountain of youth?.

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Posted 14 August 2019 - 02:28 AM

Very interesting, I've been wanting to experiment with these for a long time in a conservative manner. Lots can be done to balance out the effects for safety and I imagine it could be part of the technology that gets us back to a kind of 18 that has as many stem cells as a fetus and leaves us vastly more resistant to aging in the long term. Definitely not interested in the hell that's another 30-50 years of old age though. That part sounds terrifying and the sad part is that I'll have to live through it to hopefully see the light at the end of the tunnel...

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