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  • On the Surface: a New Path to Finding and Clearing Aged Cells June 7, 2024
    The Problem Early studies show that destroying senescent, or old and dysfunctional, cells can delay or even reverse diseases of aging and extend lifespan. The primary strategy for turning this into a therapy has been “senolytic” drugs that target signaling pathways that senescent cells need for survival. The Goal An alternative approach, targeting senescent cells […]
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  • Education Department June 2024 Updates June 5, 2024
    Read more about SRF Education programs highlights and upcoming events. The post Education Department June 2024 Updates appeared first on SENS Research Foundation.
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  • Viva Viagra? Firmer Methodologies Needed May 31, 2024
    A recent preprint reports that use of Viagra and related drugs is associated with a lower mortality rate, raising hopes that it might be repurposed as a longevity therapeutic. Unfortunately, the methodology used in this and other recent studies is too weak to arouse too much excitement just yet. The post Viva Viagra? Firmer Methodologies […]
    Michael Rae
  • Laura Lin, SRF Post-Baccalaureate fellow, 2024 speed presentation winner!  April 29, 2024
    Laura Lin, an SRF Post-Baccalaureate fellow, was our 2024 speed presentation winner! Laura’s excellent presentation detailed her research using cancer cell vesicles to fight glioblastoma - the most common type of brain tumor. The post Laura Lin, SRF Post-Baccalaureate fellow, 2024 speed presentation winner!  appeared first on SENS Research Foundation.
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  • Education Department May 2024 Updates April 26, 2024
    Read more about SRF Education programs highlights and upcoming events. The post Education Department May 2024 Updates appeared first on SENS Research Foundation.
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  • SENSible Question: Beta-Amyloid and Dementia: “Never” is a Very Long Time April 26, 2024
    An article criticizes the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s in its earliest stages based on the presence of beta-amyloid or other aging damage in the brain and read this post to understand why this critique may be unfounded. The post SENSible Question: Beta-Amyloid and Dementia: “Never” is a Very Long Time appeared first on SENS Research Foundation.
    Michael Rae
  • Education Department April 2024 Updates April 7, 2024
    Read more about SRF Education programs highlights and upcoming events. The post Education Department April 2024 Updates appeared first on SENS Research Foundation.
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  • Repairing the Damage to Shake Off Parkinson’s April 7, 2024
    How SENS “damage-repair” longevity therapeutics can prevent and reverse the second most common neurodegenerative disease: neurodegenerative aging of the Parkinson’s type. The post Repairing the Damage to Shake Off Parkinson’s appeared first on SENS Research Foundation.
    Michael Rae
  • SENS Research Foundation and Lifespan.io Announce Intent to Merge, Forming a Novel Longevity Entity April 3, 2024
    In a groundbreaking announcement set to impact the future of longevity research and outreach, two historic longevity nonprofits —SENS Research Foundation and Lifespan.io (Lifespan Extension Advocacy Foundation)—have unveiled plans to merge, upon completion of regulatory approvals. The post SENS Research Foundation and Lifespan.io Announce Intent to Merge, Forming a Novel Longevity Entity appeared first on […]
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  • The Missing Link Between Senescence and Body-Wide Aging March 29, 2024
    The Problem Senescent, or old, cells drive diseases of aging in tissues far removed from where the damaged cells are located. It is assumed that these effects result from factors that senescent cells release (the “SASP”) being carried by the blood, but this hasn’t been proven in studies. If senescent cells don’t raise the level […]
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