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.

Genomic entropy drives aneuploidy

Ed Park, MD age-related-diseases, aging, cancer, dr ed park, stem cell theory of aging, stem cells, Telomere Timebombs 0 Comments

A body is a machine in turn made up of trillions of cellular machines, all exhibiting decreasing genomic integrity and stability as we age. Here are some insights which help to explain aging as the result of increasing entropy