It’s all getting better for Anne. So why is “panacea” a bad word?

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My arthritis has gone by 90%, I am more positive, look healthier, have a better appetite and digestion, more stamina, LPa has dropped 500 points, B12 is normal , iron levels normal, Bilirubin now normal. After 40 years of abnormal readings.

-Anne N. (New Zealand)

Best Testimonial – Ever… The Mentos-Diet Coke Geyser!

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For our #TuesdayTestimonial, I want to share what happens when you put a roll of Mentos quickly into a 2-liter bottle of Diet Coke, courtesy of chemical engineer and TA-65 user, Rocky Costello.
I think it shows how curious, silly, and fun you can be when you rid yourself of chronic disease and realize you are getting younger, not older.

Thriving after breast cancer

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Just yesterday, I was speaking with my patient who remarked that her 88 year old husband and she hadn’t gotten the usual colds for years since starting TA-65. If what we think about immune senescence being at the heart of aging, then it is encouraging that so many patients taking a telomerase activator report decreased severity and frequency of colds and flus.

Hip pain gone – now let’s dance!

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I just wanted to let you know that the TA65 is working on my hip! Two surgeons recommended hip replacement but, then again, that is what they do! When I went to the physical therapist that Ron found, she said that she thought she could help me and she has!!!! I danced for 2 hours at a ballroom dance on Saturday night!!

Thyroid function after TA65

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The following patient clinically diagnoses himself with hyperthyroidism so I spoke with him about adjusting and the signs and symptoms required to manage this. I had to prepare him for “the talk” with his doctor who would poo-poo then accuse him of buying “magic beans” and possibly giving his children’s father cancer. Sigh.