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Exosomes and TA-65 are not FDA-approved to prevent or treat any illness
In this first segment, Dr. Chang explains that we really don’t know what the normal human birth endowment of telomere length is and we then discuss why lab mice have abnormally long telomeres and are therefore not a good model to study our aging.
In this 5:48 video, get acquainted with Dr. Norm Sheely, the alpha and the omega, the rear and avant guard, and a really spiffy gent rockin’ a bolo tie.
He in the founder of the American Holistic Medicine Association and the inventor of the TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) device for rehabilitation medicine.
The inadequate lengthening of telomeres by telomerase allows for mutations to occur. But after carcinogenesis has occurred, the ongoing action of telomerase in those immortal cells allows for lengthening, thereby obscuring the relationship between median telomere length and cancer risk.
For today’s #WebinarWednesday, we return to the penultimate iHealthTube video interview. I explain why we are like cars and that with time, if we survive all our cancers, we would eventually accumulate them all. Just like if you drive a car for millions of miles, you will replace all parts.