Undoing Aging with Molecular and Cellular Damage Repair

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Since the dawn of medicine, aging has been doctors’ foremost challenge. Three unsuccessful approaches to conquering it have failed: treating components of age-related ill health as curable diseases, extrapolating from differences between species in the rate of aging, and emulating the life extension that famine elicits in short-lived species. SENS Research Foundation is spearheading the fourth age of anti-aging research: the repair of age-related damage, that is, rejuvenation biotechnology. What follows is an outline of the divide-and-conquer approach to restoring the body’s molecular and cellular structure to that of a young adult, and thereby greatly postponing all aspects of age-related disease and disability.