Young blood may help reverse aging

  • New studies indicate that the blood of young mice can help muscles and brain in older ones. 

    "I am extremely excited," a professor told the New York Times. "These findings could be a game changer." The studies clearly proved that young blood boosted activity in stem cells of older mice and helped them to more efficiently produce new neurons and muscle tissue. 

    However, this technique could increase chances of cancer if something goes wrong with stem cells. Media reports mentioned that the treated mice didn't exactly live for a longer period of time. 

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