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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Aging: gene therapy

Biotech Company Claims To Have Successfully Used Gene Therapy In Attempt To Reverse Aging

April 25, 2016 | by Josh L Davis
photo credit: The telomeres, found at the end of chromosomes, have been implicated in aging. koya979/Shutterst 
In what they are claiming is a world first, biotech company BioViva has announced that they have used gene therapy to lengthen the caps on the end of DNA – known as telomeres – in the CEO of their company, Elizabeth Parrish.
Implicated in the aging process, telomeres protect the DNA. BioViva claims that their experimental treatments that were given to Parrish over a year ago, used initially against loss of muscle mass and stem cell depletion, have had the result instead of increasing the lengths of the telomeres in her white blood cells. Others are highly skeptical. /.../

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