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Tag: Chloroquine

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Researchers publishing in Aging have found that the anti-malarial drug chloroquine increases lifespan in male NRMI mice. The NRMI, like the Black 6, is a standard breed widely used in research, and these mice were not directly genetically modified. Substantial positive lifespan effects We have previously reported a study showing that choloroquine increases longevity in...
Scientists have shown that chloroquine, a well-known anti-malarial drug and the cousin of hydroxychloroquine, attenuates inflammation and fibrosis while significantly extending median and maximum lifespan in naturally aged rats [1]. Fighting malaria since 1934 Chloroquine (CQ) was developed back in 1934 as an anti-malarial treatment and as such has enjoyed significant success. Since 2020, an analog...

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