First Major Steps to Cure Aging

Rejuvenate Bio CEO Daniel Oliver is interviewed on how he co-founded with Harvard Biotech Serial Entrepreneur and biotech giant George Church. They have over $30 million in funding. They have antiaging and disease treatments that they have testing with different dog breeds for the past two years. They have applied for initial human trials.

The dog treatments are dual purpose. They provide animal data for the human trial applications and they can generate billions of dollars to fund human antiaging treatment development.

Antiaging treatments will be like COVID vaccine injections. They could be as little as $2 per treatment and could rapidly scale to treat billions of people.

George Church described why $2 per antiaging treatment is plausible and will eventually be reached.

George Church will be speaking at Aubrey de Grey’s longevity, antiaging summit in Dublin, Ireland. There is still early bird registration until July 31, 2022.

Speakers at the Dublin antiaging summit include:
Aubrey de Grey
George Church
Maria Blasco
Michael West
Jim Mellon
and many others.

16 thoughts on “First Major Steps to Cure Aging”

  1. “Antiaging treatments will be like COVID vaccine injections.”

    In what sense?
    Mandatory?

    I’m pretty sure this will not age well (and no anti-aging will work).

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  2. There’s significant money to be made extending the life of Fido and/or Tabby. Since people old enough to have extra disposable income have pets nearing the end of their life expectancy, they have both the love-of-pet and cash-in-hand to pay for a few more years with their furry family members.

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  3. Going back, this thing looks like it modifies two genes to affect an aging reversal that should be worth in excess of twenty years to a human. Impacting heart failure, kidney failure, diabetes, and obesity.

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    • Unfortunately, anti-aging therapy is going to be susceptible to the same sorts of complexity-failures as the NBF comment system. In the search for maximum features, there’s going to be a lot of failures there too. It’ll be 10 steps forward and 9 steps back for a long time to come.

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    • I’m particularly fond of the bit where we aren’t able to comment on the obvious shill posts about NFTs, which used to be marked as sponsored.

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      • About 1% of 30,000+ articles are sponsored. The terms of payment are that they cannot be labeled as sponsored. I turn off comments on those articles. This signals that it is sponsored. If there was Patreon support by 1000+ Patreon members and over $10000 per month of support then there will be no sponsored content and no ads on this site. If certain other business projects I am working on pan out, I will remove ads and sponsored content.

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          • I am putting links to deeper and more comprehensive analysis. Powerpoints which I go over more quickly in my videos and spreadsheets with lists of all nuclear fusion, nuclear molten salt companies, analysis of life extension companies. Decks and analysis I make for Tesla and SpaceX. I need to make the blog and youtube videos shorter and more surface for a broader audience. The deep in the weeds stuff needs to go on Patreon.

  4. Hi, I seem to be blocked with another pseudonym (Jean-Baptiste).

    Apparently I need to use the same Name and email every time.

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  5. Still having problems with the comment system.

    It seems I need to recall exactly what user I entered in the Name field the first time, or else I get blocked.

    Probably it’s an anti-spam or anti-trolling measure, but I simply don’t recally what was the first user I entered.

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