If scientists succeed to rejuvenate dogs, humans will be next
Startup wants to reverse aging in dogs - science news - aging gene theraphy

The startup Rejuvenate Bio has an ambitious goal: to make old dogs young again! The company, which has already run preliminary tests, says they will use gene therapy to reverse aging. The approach is based on positive results reported by studies on more primitive animals such as flatworms or fruit flies. It is not clear how advanced the company’s research is but, if they will succeed in rejuvenating dogs, this will have major implications for humans too. How knows, maybe in the future, you will be 100 in the body of a 30-year-old, playing with your very active dog that is much older than it should be! 

Read the full story: MIT Technology Review
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