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Young Blood and the Search for Biological Immortality: How scientists are devising remedies for the ills of human aging
“Just a couple decades ago, if you postulated that you could slow down or reverse aging, you were really out there,” says Stanford professor of neurology and neurological sciences Tony Wyss-Coray, “but now, just in the past 10 years, there are so many interventions—genetic interventions, diets, environmental interventions—that show that you can slow down aging or even reverse aging, measured with many different tools.” The research of Wyss-Coray-Coray and Thomas Rando, professor of neurology and Deputy Director of SCL, are featured in the May 2020 issue of Stanford Magazine.
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