Chromosomal damage is inevitable and desirable; it’s the repair that causes problems

Ed Park, MD News Leave a Comment

Sound counter-intuitive?¬†When I say desirable I mean that we don’t want low value, non-stem cells to stay around. They are like worker bees. Thankfully, telomere shortening causes them to mutate and mutation triggers self-destruction. What we want is to preserve the critical stem cells.

Watch this 10-minute video to understand for yourself:

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