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Scientists Discover DNA Therapy That Reverses Aging Process

Published on June 28, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

Scientists discover DNA technique that reverses ageing process by 20 years

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The CEO of an anti-aging company has become the first person in the world to reverse her age by 20 years using a revolutionary new DNA therapy. 

Elizabeth Parrish, CEO of Bioviva USA Inc., relied on intra and extramural research to develop therapies to thwart the effects of aging, such as developing diseases like alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cancer, and heart disease.

Trueactivist.com reports:

With this experiment, they successfully reversed 20 years of ‘telomere shortening’ for the first time in history.

Essentially, telomeres are fragments of DNA that are at the ends of every chromosome. They act as protection against wear and tear, which naturally occurs as the human body ages over time. As we age, cells continue to divide more and more, which in turn causes the telomeres to becomes progressively shorter. After a certain point the shortened telomeres can no longer protect the chromosome; as a result, cells malfunction and age-related diseases can begin to develop.

This past September, 44-year-old Parrish voluntarily participated in two of the company’s experimental gene therapies. The first test was an attempt to halt the depletion of stem cells that happens with age, and the second was intended to prevent muscle mass loss that is virtually inevitable as we grow old.

Clinical testing prior to the experiment revealed that Parrish’s telomeres were abnormally short for her age, thus making her more susceptible to early onset of age-related diseases. Her participation marked the first time this particular version of gene therapy was conducted on a human subject, as all other previous tests had only been on cultured cells and mice by the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre in 2012.

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