Nobel laureate is hopeful.
Do you purr at the sound of Aubrey de Gray's name? Is your credit card regularly charged for donations to the Methuselah Foundation? If so, you might be interested in this supposed anti-aging drug from Russian scientist Vladimir Skulachev. He has two more years of testing to go on this experimental medication. His description;
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“99% of the time oxygen turns into harmless water, but there's that one percent that turns into a super-oxide that later turns into very poisonous elements. So the task was to find an anti-oxidant that stops that process.”
Some may take issue with this story as its carrier, Russia Times, has been accused by some of being a mouthpiece for the government. It is worth noting that the video on their site includes an enthusiastic spiel by Dr. Guntelr Blobel, M.D., Ph.D. at Rockefeller University. Dr. Gunter is a Nobel laureate, and he describes doctor Skulachev as "the world's best bio-chemist and bio-energetic scientist".
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So there's at least one good reason to have a little hope for this miracle cure.