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#1 Nate-2004

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 10:46 PM


Released the other day: 

 


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Posted 26 February 2018 - 07:44 PM

BioViva is partnering with Integrated health systems to offer treatments: https://www.integrat...ntact-1-section


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Posted 26 February 2018 - 08:34 PM

BioViva is partnering with Integrated health systems to offer treatments: https://www.integrat...ntact-1-section

 

Yeah I'll let other people pay that whopping $20,000 bill and see what happens first. LOL


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Posted 26 February 2018 - 11:05 PM

 

BioViva is partnering with Integrated health systems to offer treatments: https://www.integrat...ntact-1-section

 

Yeah I'll let other people pay that whopping $20,000 bill and see what happens first. LOL

 

 

$20,000 and up: £20k for gene therapy at this point is an absolute bargain!

 

Also, is it just me or does Liz look really good for her age...
 


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Posted 27 February 2018 - 01:43 PM

 

 

BioViva is partnering with Integrated health systems to offer treatments: https://www.integrat...ntact-1-section

 

Yeah I'll let other people pay that whopping $20,000 bill and see what happens first. LOL

 

 

$20,000 and up: £20k for gene therapy at this point is an absolute bargain!

 

Also, is it just me or does Liz look really good for her age...
 

 

 

Yeah it'll be for the rich at first. If only I were one of the rich. I'm also not quite sure that even if I did have an extra $20k lying around that this would even work, much less kill me. I'll let the rich try first, if they look great I'll see about making an extra $20k somewhere.

 

I do think Liz looks great, not sure it isn't the video quality though. Can't recall how old she is.


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Posted 27 February 2018 - 06:06 PM

 

Yeah it'll be for the rich at first. If only I were one of the rich. I'm also not quite sure that even if I did have an extra $20k lying around that this would even work, much less kill me. I'll let the rich try first, if they look great I'll see about making an extra $20k somewhere.

 

I do think Liz looks great, not sure it isn't the video quality though. Can't recall how old she is.

 

 

I think she is 46 or maybe 47 now. So maybe the first pass attempt at AAV HTERT did work to some extent.

 

I am a fan of the potential of telomerase therapy for aging, but I must admit I'm a little concerned that Liz does not seem certain whether the AAV gene integrates or not; she implied it would integrate into chromosome 19, but might not persist with cell proliferation - but I always thought a one shot boost to lengthen telomeres would be a lot safer than giving your cells that ability permanently (even if the immune system would be super charged by the same therapy to pick off cancers).

 


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