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Lorna Harries Interview
Lorna Harries is a Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter Medical School. She is also the CSO and R&D lead at SENISCA Ltd. Like many other companies, and as evidenced by the name, SENISCA targets senescent cells, albeit using an unusual mRNA-based approach. After Lorna gave a fascinating talk at our Ending...
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Senescent cells accumulate in our bodies as we age, increasing inflammation and raising our risk of suffering from cancer and other age-related diseases. A new biotech startup plans to reset aged senescent cells to a youthful state to deal with this problem. The rejuvenation biotechnology field is growing at a steady pace these days, with...