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Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 19/06/20, 23:51
View jean.caissepas
A solution that seems simple to implement, with clinical trials starting! : Shock:

https://www.journaldugeek.com/2020/06/1 ... ge-souris/

Go see you in 100 years ... : Cheesy:

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 21/07/20, 12:25
View Obamot
jean.caissepas wrote:A solution that seems simple to implement, with clinical trials starting! : Shock:

https://www.journaldugeek.com/2020/06/1 ... ge-souris/

Go see you in 100 years ... : Cheesy:


No need to wait so long ... the "physiological serum" was sea water when our precursors ceased to be marine species ... Very close to human blood by osmolarity ...

By replacing half of the plasma of old mice with a mixture of physiological serum and albumin (a protein found for example in egg white), they obtained visible rejuvenation of many tissues, including muscles. , the brain or the liver.

It's been a long time since we did this with canines to save their lives, especially when they lost a lot of blood.

In humans too, it is used https://www.cochrane.org/fr/CD001208/IN ... n-de-serum

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 21/07/20, 14:25
View Christophe
As I explained recently to my 10 year old son: dying is necessary for evolution ... I don't know if he understood the concept well though : Cheesy:

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 21/07/20, 15:12
View Rajqawee
Christophe wrote:As I explained recently to my 10 year old son: dying is necessary for evolution ... I don't know if he understood the concept well though : Cheesy:


Conversation I had with my 4 year old son two weeks ago:
"But Dad, am I going to die too?"
"Yes."
"But it sucks!"
"Yes. But hey, that's how it works, there's nothing we can do about it, it's a little scary but too bad"
"Yeah plus it's a long time away!"
"There it is, exactly."
"Besides, we have a lot of cool things to do in life! And then it will make compost. Come on, let's play playmobiles"

Here is. Even me that reassures me :)

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 21/07/20, 21:10
View phil59
What I'm thinking is that we all have an expiration date, okay, but hey, if only we could stay pretty much drinkable, that might be interesting ....

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 22/07/20, 09:44
View Rajqawee
phil59 wrote:What I'm thinking is that we all have an expiration date, okay, but hey, if only we could stay pretty much drinkable, that might be interesting ....


It's an interesting thought anyway. The increase in lifespan, in itself, why not, but is it compatible with an interesting and healthy life?

I'm not sure we're psychologically fit to live 150 years and still be happy. It seems improbable to me.

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 22/07/20, 18:29
View phil59
There, it is pessimism.
If you are in relatively good health, and your loved ones too, why not?

I never have time to do anything, and there you would have time ...

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 22/07/20, 20:24
View Ahmed
It would be wiser to give more life to time, rather than more time to life ...

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 23/07/20, 00:04
View Adrien (ex-nico239)

Re: Advances in the treatment of aging

published: 23/07/20, 06:55
View Macro
phil59 wrote: if only we could stay pretty much drinkable it might be interesting ....


I have always been undrinkable ... What matters to me is to remain pumpable : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: