His cat came back – as a clone!

Ed Park, MD aging, cloning, dr ed park, induced pluripotency, nobel prize, research, stem cells, Telomere erosion 2 Comments

Since 1960, Charles has owned a Siamese cat named “Blue”. The first three cats were good for over fifty years of companionship but this fourth “Blue” is an actual clone of Blue #3.

What can a K-Pop detention tell us about the psychology of trust?

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Unfortunately, when people decide to look into anti-aging, they treat the telomerase activation theory with the same suspicion as a LAX customs officer.

Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology? Not for Telomerase Activators

Ed Park, MD dr ed park, nobel prize, TA-65, Telomerase activation 2 Comments

It would appear that the Federal Trade Commission has decided to target advertising telomerase activation from nutraceuticals. Sorry, Cal, I really think you should be getting a Nobel Prize but instead, you may be getting the treatment from the feds.