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Tony Wyss-Coray

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Online event about latest progress in the molecular, cellular and organismal basis of aging organized by University of Copenhagen chaired by Morten Scheibye-Knudsen, Daniela Bakula and Alex Zhavoronkov, and with many speakers.

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Online conference gathering longevity experts and investors at one place hosted by Marc P. Bernegger and Dr. Tobias Reichmuth

Tony Wyss-Coray News

Anti-inflammatory exercise factors target cerebrovasculature

Stanford School of Medicine - 08-Dec-2021

Exercise plasma boosts memory and dampens brain inflammation

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Antibodies restore brain function of old mice back to their young days

New Atlas - 05-Apr-2019

Possible treatment for neurodegenerative diseases of old age

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Young blood as a key to living longer

Wired - 09-May-2018

GDF11 is a protein in the blood, which can stimulate cell growth and repair

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Young blood does little to reverse Alzheimer’s in first test

Science Magazine - 01-Nov-2017

16 people with mild or moderate Alzheimer’s disease received weekly injections of young plasma. ...

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Cord blood rejuvenates old brains

New Scientist - 19-Apr-2017

Researchers inject mice with blood plasma from humans of different ages – babies, 22 and 66 years...

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First Fruits of Research with Young Blood Plasma

Josh Mitteldorf Blog - 23-Jan-2017

Mix of proteins in your blood is characteristic of your age. Might rejuvenation be achieved by a...

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Young blood antiaging trial raises questions

Science - 01-Aug-2016

Ambrosia (https://www.ambrosiaplasma.com/) young plasma trial is open to anyone 35 and older. Pa...

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Rejuvenating Old Brains with Young Blood

World Economic Forum - 24-Feb-2015

Tony Wyss-Coray from Stanford University presents the results of tests in mice with video footage...

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