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Sharing my wife’s research on rapamycin and its effects on aging, published in The Lancet this month. TLDR: positive on cardio system, immune system and skin. No serious adverse effects in healthy ppl. Long term effects and most other systems understudied. Link below:
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https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanhl/article/PIIS2666-7568(23)00258-1/fulltext
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(My interpretation and not medical advice.)
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She worked on this with the team at the Centre for Healthy Longevity which is supported in part by Singapore’s healthcare system - Singapore residents are living longer but not necessarily healthier, and birth rates are down - bad combo and a scary looking population pyramid
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happy to see people researching rapamycin
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Thank you for this! Anecdotally, my 15.5 years old dog is on rapamycin and the results are astonishing. He is so happy and his body looks like he went 10 years backward— used to be thick, now he looks athletic again.
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Very interesting. Many congratulations to her.
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Congrats on her publication! I first heard about rapamycin in David Sinclair's book, Lifespan. Hopefully it can form part of a viable arsenal of tools to slow down the negative effects of ageing!
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Amazing to see this! Congratulations to her!
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Drowning in endless but very beautiful thoughts🕊️🤍
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