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Month: July 2018

Today, we have an interview with Dr. João Pedro de Magalhães, the biogerontologist who created and runs senescence.info. How do you think we age; are we programmed to die, do we wear out, or is the truth a mixture of both? I don't think we wear out. Humans and complex animals are made of cells...
Today we have an interview with Dr. Aubrey de Grey from the SENS Research Foundation. This interview conducted by Yuri Deigin, CEO at Youthereum Genetics, was originally published in Russian language and he has kindly translated it into English so our audience can enjoy it too. Yuri: Aubrey, thank you very much for agreeing to this...
Today, I would like to tell you two short stories describing what your far future might look like, depending on the choices that you—though not only you—will make in the near future. Feel free to leave a comment to let others know which one you'd rather have as your real future. Story 1: A day...
A common concern in the community is that the FDA, the EMA, and other bodies, such as WHO, do not classify aging as a disease and that this poses a problem for developing therapies that target aging. However, this is not really as serious an issue as some people would suggest; today, we will have...
We interviewed Dr. Peter de Keizer, a researcher who is engaged in studying senescent cells and designing therapies to destroy them in order to delay and prevent age-related diseases. Cleara Biotech is currently using his research to develop a senolytic peptide that accomplishes this via interfering with the interactions between p53 and FOXO4. Senescent cells...
You’re probably familiar with the feeling of slight disappointment that you may have when a good thing—say, a nice trip—is over. Just as you say that it's too bad that the experience is already finished, someone will probably say that you had a good time nonetheless; an innocent, fitting expression to cheer you up a...