Monthly Archives: December 2014

Re: [GRG] Cnio telomere therapy

Sierra Science has done a lot of work in this field and I appreciate and support Bill Andrews’ expertise in this area. He is the authority on the matter of telomerase. Werner syndrome and Progeria  are both accelerated aging diseases and are marked by short … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Testing longevity messages

Hi Daria, Thanks for offering me an excuse to finally put together this list of surveys and perspectives about attitudes toward longevity and aging. It may prove useful.There are interesting results and possible insights hiding in these surveys. One of … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] New Study on Aging and Longevity

Dear Elliot, Thank you for your kind comments and your interest.  Please note that clinical trials are not the only way to increase healthspan.  For example, elimination of smoking for healthspan extension was justified by epidemiological studies, rather than by … Continue reading

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Re: [SUSPECTED MARKETING] GRG Member – please read

Hi Johnny. Glad there are people keeping the GRG up and running after the passing of Dr. Coles. I recently finished my PhD at the Barshop Institute, but you probably know me better as the person behind the GRG WordPress … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Cnio telomere therapy

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[SUSPECTED MARKETING] GRG Member – please read

Update Profile / Unsubscribe Dear GRG Member, Your email address is subscribed to the Gerontology Research Group’s Email discussion forum. The following will advance our shared mission of creating aging solutions. Please take a moment to reply. We’re getting more … Continue reading

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[GRG] Major Mouse Testing Program — slides to be sent for the New Year!

Dear GRG members, Last year and two years ago, Dr Coles and Johnny had kindly put me in contact with various mouse lifespan specialists — many being here — as I was wondering how to accelerate the ongoing robust mouse … Continue reading

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