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Boston researchers reverse aging in mice, study shows
Harvard and MIT researchers say they have reversed aging in mice, and that discovery could have health implications for humans.
That’s according to study published last month in the journal Cell, co-authored by Elysium Chief Scientist and MIT biologist, Dr. Leonard Guarente. “We’re talking about being able to stay healthy longer, so being able to do what you like to do,” said Guarente in an interview with Boston’s WCVB Channel 5.
By Emily Riemer, March 26, 2018 6:04pm ET
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