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The Zombie Problem Happening Inside You

Don’t miss our new super fun SRF and Life Noggin animation about zombie cells and the SENS damage repair approach!

This video describes our work on finding ways to slow down or even reverse the accumulation of senescent cells.

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Announcing the new Chairman of the SRF Board of Directors

SRF is pleased to announce that Bill Liao has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors. He’s been serving as a Director and Board Secretary since the beginning of SRF. Bill Liao is a Chinese-Australian-Irish entrepreneur, investor, former diplomat, business mentor, author, passionate leader and speaker, with a distinguished record in business development and community activism.

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New Peer-Reviewed Paper from SENS Research Foundation Reports a Better Method to Study How Immune Cells Seek and Destroy Senescent Cells

We are proud to announce the recent publication by Sharma lab/ApoptoSENS team in the journal Aging describing an improved method for enriching primary NK cells from human peripheral blood and demonstrating the ability of those NK cells to eliminate senescent cells by recapitulating more physiological conditions and potential therapeutic interventions.

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Does An Immune Role for Beta- Amyloid Create a Therapeutic Dilemma for SENS?

Some scientists have reported that viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens may help drive Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases, and that the body uses beta-amyloid protein to fight them off. That seems to imply that it’s a bad idea to remove Abeta from the brain. Here we explain how the SENS “damage-repair” strategy leaps over that therapeutic dilemma — just as it does with other kinds of aging damage.

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New Peer-Reviewed Paper from SENS Research Foundation Reports a Better Method to Study How Immune Cells Seek and Destroy Senescent Cells

We are proud to announce the recent publication by Sharma lab/ApoptoSENS team in the journal Aging describing an improved method for enriching primary NK cells from human peripheral blood and demonstrating the ability of those NK cells to eliminate senescent cells by recapitulating more physiological conditions and potential therapeutic interventions.

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Michael Rae and Dr. Robert Rodgers discuss Parkinson’s and aging

SENS Research Foundation’s science writer Michael Rae was interviewed on the Parkinson’s Recovery radio program on “The coming rejuvenation biotechnology revolution for Parkinson’s disease.” In it, they discussed how the cellular and molecular damage of aging most closely involved in Parkinson’s can be removed, replaced, or repaired using rejuvenation biotechnologies, and research underway to make it happen.Read more and listen to the interview to learn how a “damage-repair” approach can prevent, arrest, and eventually consign Parkinson’s to history.

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