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Toss the Rogaine and Viagra? Not just yet.
But Harvard scientists have found that some effects of aging, such as hair loss, infertility and decreased brain function, can be stopped. And not just stopped: the scientists’ research, published today in the journal Nature, showed that it’s possible even to reverse the signs of aging.
“Basically, what this study teaches us is that there’s a point of return in aging,” senior author Dr. Ronald A. DePinho, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, told CBS News.
Read the full story at CBS News — Aging Reversed in Mice: Have Scientists Found Key to Immortality?
Not all research on mice can be applied to humans, but regardless of that, the published research sounds quite intriguing.
Hmm… mice living forever? Probably good for the pest control industry, but that would be a whole lot of rodents in this world. What’s next — flying, muscular mice?