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Telomeres: New Anti-Aging Miracle

Can We Reverse The Process?

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Aging Reversed In Mice

Scientists have long been interested in telomeres--the tips of our chromosomes, and how they affect aging.

Now they have found through breakthrough research in mice - we don't like it but it sounds like these particular mice were not harmed.

When telomeres are damaged, we age, and when they are repaired, or "turned back on," we not only don't age but we grow younger.

Well, mice grew younger, and maybe we are next.

Watch this fascinating video.

--Celia Farber

Celia Farber is an investigative science reporter and cultural journalist who has written for several magazines including Harper’s, Esquire, Rolling Stone, SPIN and more. She is the author of “Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS” (Melville House Press/ Random House). Known for bold exposes of the pharmaceutical industry and related media cover ups, Celia Farber shines a spotlight on the very subjects that have been taboo for too long: What is Cancer? Does HIV cause AIDS? Do Vaccinations Cause Brain Damage? And many more...

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