Monthly Archives: December 2013

[GRG] Thoughts for the new year

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Re: [GRG] NewAbs: Low Free T3 Predicts Mortality in the Elderly

There is one Australian biotechnology company with a strategy that may ultimately help with problems like this. Of course, the technology is, as yet, unproven and the company is at the “minnow” stage but it may yield effective treatments.”Living Cell … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] NewAbs: Low Free T3 Predicts Mortality in the Elderly

Hi Steve, I see two potential problems with the stem cell approach. 1. Failure of neurons to establish native connectivity. Is not the neural circuitry largely established during embryogenesis and development when the neurons & their targets are in close … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Another blow to supplement use…?

On 12/28/13 12:44, Thomas Coote wrote: > […] > Any comments on this paper (critical or supportive) just released? > […] I like their monitoring of arterial stiffness, endothelial function and blood pressure. My impression is that all are reasonable … Continue reading

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[GRG] NewAbs: Low Free T3 Predicts Mortality in the Elderly

To Members and Friends of the Los Angeles Gerontology Research Group:  Low Free T3 predicts mortality in the elderly.  However, correcting the “deficit” with Rx: Synthroid may not get at the root-cause of the problem. This deficit might only be … Continue reading

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[GRG] Fundraising success: $60, 000 raised for the SENS Research Foundation, another $15, 000 matching grant announced

Since I posted on this short fundraising initiative last month, I thought I should let the group know that the goal was achieved in the last couple of days. The community succeeded in raising $60,000 for the SENS Research Foundation … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Another Blow to Supplement Use…?

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