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Drug to clear 'zombie cells' from body could be first anti-ageing treatment after ‘impressive’ human trial

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floydmonk

The news (Jan 8th) Drug to clear 'zombie cells' from body could be first anti-ageing treatment after ‘impressive’ human trial

My take on this:

Virus infected cells are often senescent, which means they are resistant to dying off after their usefulness is over. Viruses hi-jack these cells and they become carriers, resistant to the immune system. Some herbals like quercetin are shown to help the body clean up these cells, thus reducing the viral load in theory.

This new drug called dasatnib could prove promising in a multi-faceted approach to clearing these virus infected zombie cells. However, I have read that nerve cells do not regenerate often, so that is probably a key factor. 

I just wanted to add this report to the knowledge base for everyone seeking relief.

 

 

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Hopefullyhopeless

It's really beautiful but I doubt this will be released to the mass public. Mostly only the rich & spoiled

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mcmich

You can buy it on-line if you wish.

One guy is experimenting on himself already. He is doing it for anti aging but have not seen any updates recently. Don't think this would have any affect on nerve cells. The do not divide but basically live for your entire life span.

http://foxo4dri.com/

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StayingUpbeat

Dasatinib:
Common side effects include low white blood cells, low blood platelets, anemia, swelling, rash, and diarrhea.  Severe side effects may include bleeding, pulmonary edema, heart failure, and prolonged QT syndrome.

Sounds awesome... the rich and spoiled can keep this one.

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Trace67
On 2/5/2019 at 3:13 AM, StayingUpbeat said:

Dasatinib:
Common side effects include low white blood cells, low blood platelets, anemia, swelling, rash, and diarrhea.  Severe side effects may include bleeding, pulmonary edema, heart failure, and prolonged QT syndrome.

Sounds awesome... the rich and spoiled can keep this one.

Seriously misinformed. They are using low doses so those common side effects do not apply. Its not going to help with herpes either. Wishful thinking on that one. I still wouldn't recommend taking it until they do all the trials on it.

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Skrillah80
On 1/12/2019 at 4:46 AM, Hopefullyhopeless said:

It's really beautiful but I doubt this will be released to the mass public. Mostly only the rich & spoiled

Sup hun? How are you?

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friendlyboy

"Senolytics in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: Results from a first-in-human, open-label, pilot study"

Don't hold your breath on this one. It's an open label experiment, the results are worth basically nothing as they didn't address even the placebo effect.

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