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.
Young Blood Blog PostsStanford University optimistic about human rejuvenation
Heart muscle aging reversed (in mice)
Ambrosia officially launches its young blood (plasma) therapyAmbrosia - 28-Dec-2018
The jury is still out whether benefit is from good factors in the young blood, or diluting bad factors in the patient's old bloodRead more...
Pay-to-participate young-blood transfusion clinical trialSTAT - 02-Mar-2018
Bill Faloon inviting people to join a pay-to-participate clinical trial.Read more...
Could Filtering Our Aged Blood Keep us Young?Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 18-Jan-2018
Interview with Dr. Irina Conboy of Berkeley University.Read more...