Vampire Therapy? New Study Shows That Young Blood Reverses Effects Of Aging

U.S. researchers say they think they’ve found a way to reverse aging. Scientists at Stanford University injected the blood of young mice into older rodents and found that the young blood boosted the older rodents’ brainpower. The scientists say they are planning to carry out human trials, in hopes that their methods can lead to new ways to treat dementia.

The study was published in Nature Medicine.


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