Category: stem cell theory of aging

Real patient experiences

Scientists confirm my “Telomere Timebomb” theory of disease

Telomere crisis results when the protective caps at the end of chromosomes, known as telomeres, become shortened as a result of cell divisions. With less DNA present in telomeres, it becomes harder to prevent separate chromosomes from attaching to each other. If those abnormal cells survive and continue to divide, they can give rise to cancer.

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Cassandra Syndrome – welcome to my world

I saw people who once struck me as very young-looking now look old and tired. Most of them do know what I do as it is a very small club and people love to gossip and even mock the idea of getting younger.

I was left with a strong feeling of Cassandra Syndrome. She was the daughter of King Priam of Troy who was given the gift of prophecy by Apollo but since she refused his advances, the catch was that no one would believe her.

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Beyond good and evil (or why sometimes an arch is just an arch)

Turning back to triumphs and tragedies in our aging bodies, let’s look at the war in one of our patient’s bodies. In the case of Marty, a 70-yo who took RECHARGE for a year, his average telomere length in creased by 300 base pairs, or roughly 6 year’s worth assuming a rate of 50 bp/year of attrition.

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