Youthful blood has all the hallmarks of a vampire-esque solution to aging - but there may be some science behind it too.
Tony Wyss-Coray at Stanford University who infused older mice with the blood of younger animals and found that their brains became more plastic and malleable which enabled them to learn and remember information like their younger donors.
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Professor at University of Maryland - working on rejuvenation blood factors
Professor of Bioengineering at Berkeley University of California.
Offers young blood plasma transfers after running a trial in 2016-18
Young blood medicine maker for body rejuvenation.
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