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age reversalBillionaire Antiaging Investor Jim Mellon Predicts We Will Live to 115-150 Years

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Jim Mellon is a billionaire investor in antiaging companies. Jim has made several investments in antiaging companies and as one of the leading investors in the field gets pitched almost all of the antiaging companies. Jim thus has a unique …

antiagingSalk Researchers Used Gene Therapy for Successful Antiaging

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Salk Institute researchers have used CRISPR/Cas9 therapy to suppress aging, enhance health and extend life span in mice. Above – This image shows two mice of the same age with progeria. The larger and healthier mouse on the left received …

businessHuman Genome Sequencing is Free from Nebula Genomics Using Blockchain

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Nebula Genomics offers free human genome sequencing. Sign up for free and get matched with research institutions to get free genomic sequencing and other rewards. Harvard Scientist George Church is one of the co-founders of Nebula Genomics. Nebula Genomics liberates …

aging reversalDelivery of 45 Age Reversing Gene Therapies at Once is Under Peer Review

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George Church revealed progress on aging reversal using gene therapies. They have delivered 45 gene therapies to provide aging reversal. They find the combined treatment is effective against obesity, diabetes, osteoarthritis, cardiac damage and kidney disease. At 32:00-33:30 minutes George …

cloningExtreme stem cell and gene therapy manipulation of mice cells

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29 baby mice were produced out of 210 attempts at breeding from two female mice. Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences were able to produce healthy mice with two mothers that went on to have normal offspring of their …

environmentUsing Woolly Mammoths to help solve Climate Change

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Returning woolly mammoth to the Tundra would help solve Climate Change. They lived during the Pleistocene until extinction in the early Holocene epoch, and was one of the last in a line of mammoth species. The natural environment in the …

agingGeorge Church talks about reversing human aging and claims they made mice live twice as long

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George Church is developing better and better organs using pigs. They are working to slow or reverse the aging in the organs to be used for transplant. He says the organ longvity has also been done successfully with entire …

futureGeorge Church predicts genetic reading and writing will improve another 1000 to 1 million times

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DNA Reading has improved 3 million fold and writing of DNA has improved a billion-fold from 1980 to today. George Church predicts genetic reading and writing will improve another 1000 to 1 million times. They eliminated one codon (out of …

crisprCrispr gene therapy fixes disease in a human embryo

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Chinese scientists used CRISPR gene therapy to correct a mutation that causes Marfan syndrome, an incurable connective tissue disorder that affects about 1 in 5,000 people. A single letter mistake in the gene for FBN1, which codes for the fibrillin …

antiagingOisin Biotechnologies could be on the verge of cancer and antiaging breakthroughs

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Clearing old “zombie” cells from the human body has been shown to extend the lives of mice. When cells detect that they have been irreversibly damaged, they enter a non-dividing condition known as cell-cycle arrest, or senescence. It’s believed this …