If you could halt aging with an anti-aging vaccine… would you? Dennis Stolper discusses an interesting study that is showing promising results in mice experiments:
According to the National Institute on Aging (NIA), a new vaccine targeting senescent cells. These are cells that have stopped multiplying or reproducing due to damage from stress, but due not die. As we age, these cells accumulate because the immune system weakens over time and becomes less effective in clearing the cells from the body. This contributes to a variety of age-related diseases, including different forms of cancer, Alzheimer’s and more.
A recent study, however, is showing promise in solving this problem by the use of a vaccine. With so many developments swirling around since the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine, it is interesting to Dennis Stolpner to see all of the unique vaccines spawning as a result. Could this vaccine truly halt the aging process — in one way or another? Only time will tell what this could mean for age-related disease activity and anti-aging overall.