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Tuesday, 03 June 2014

Of Mice (and Men?)

By Henry Lowenstern

New studies show that young blood reverses effects of aging when put into older mice.” - Washington Post

Scientists have come to the conclusion
that it's is not a mere illusion:
An aging mouse tends to live longer
with the blood of one that's younger.
Where can I get a transfusion?

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Posted by Ronni Bennett at 05:30 AM | Permalink | Email this post


Yes! If you find out where to get a transfusion, please share!

As usual, very clever observation! You always manage to cut to the essence.

Well done, Henry. I wouldn't rush to get a transfusion, however. You might just start acting like a young mouse rather than a younger version of yourself. You never know.

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