A team of scientists from Harvard Medical School has identified a combination of drugs that can reverse the aging process within a week.
Genetics Professor David Sinclair and his team at Harvard Medical School have developed chemical cocktails containing five to seven agents known for their treatment of various physical and mental disorders. Through extensive research on mice and monkeys spanning over three years, they have successfully identified molecules that can reverse cellular ageing and revive human cells. The discovery promises potential rejuvenation possibilities for combating the effects of ageing in humans.
The team identified more than six chemical cocktails that restore NCC and genome-wide transcript profiles to youthful states and reverse transcriptomic age in less than a week. Studies on the optic nerve, brain tissue, kidney, and muscle showed promising results, with improved vision and extended lifespan in mice and, recently, in April of this year, improved vision in monkeys, the senior researcher informed.
Sinclair shared the findings on Twitter in a series of tweets and details in the July issue of the medical journal Aging.