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This week we learned something. Not just about science, not just about the research people are doing, but human nature and how good intentions don't always translate to good results. Mostly though, we came to the realization that the nut jobs we rail so hard against on this podcast, the David Ickes and Alex Joneses of the world, really aren't what should concern us. What should, are those that pursue science with the desire to do something worthwhile, to change the world for the better, and eventually realize that dream might not be in the cards. Join hosts Shanti and Danny as they discuss Dr. Sinclair and his anti-aging miracle, and how sometimes when it’s not in the cards, you stack the deck.
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- Dr. Sinclair; The Sinclair Lab Blavatnik Institute - Genetics. Harvard Medical School. https://sinclair.hms.harvard.edu/people/david-sinclair
- Wallace, B.; An MIT Scientist Claims That This Pill is the Fountain of Youth. New York Magazine. 22-Aug-2016. https://www.thecut.com/2016/08/is-elysium-healths-basis-the-fountain-of-youth.html
- Duncan, D.; The Enthusiast - A Controversial Biologist at Harvard Claims He Can Extend Life Span and Treat Diseases of Aging. He May be Right. 15-Aug-2007. MIT Technology Review. https://www.technologyreview.com/2007/08/15/224308/the-enthusiast/
- Fahy, G., et. al.; Reversal of Epigenetic Aging and Immunosenescent Trends in Humans. Aging Cell. 08-Sep-2019. 6:18. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13028