Here’s a look back at the previous month’s advancements in the fields of medicine and life-extension. February 2018 was a record-breaking month with 38 articles, including reports on a rapamycin clinical trial, aging clock, maximum human lifespan, and numerous articles on cancer treatment and other medical advances.
Anti-Aging Science and Lifespan-Extending Treatments
- Researchers report promising anti-aging rapamycin clinical trial results
- These researchers argue there is no upper limit to our lifespan
- Predicting our body’s biological age with a pee test
- Brain rejuvenating protein found in young blood
- Sci-Hub’s Pirate Queen Sails On
- Researchers discover off-switch to inflammation machine at the root of our chronic diseases
- Regenerative Reprogramming to Beat Aging Say Researchers
- Revolutionary Technologies to Beat Aging in Our Lifetimes
- Anti-Aging Scientists Hope to Reduce Chronic Diseases
- BioViva’s Liz Parrish reports promising progress on cancer treatment using gene therapy
- Researchers crack secret code to genetic changes causing our cancer
- The key to a naked mole rat’s cancer-free life?
- Our aging immune system explains cancer, not genetic mutations says new study
- (video) Why all blue whales don’t get cancer.
- Using big data analysis to significantly boost cancer treatment effectiveness
- These cancer vaccines to prevent tumors
- Precision cancer treatment effective in treating tumors
- Breakthrough cancer immunotherapy treatments to be ‘curative’ by 2025 says prominent research head
- Breakthroughs in Targeted Cancer Therapies to Fight Tumors
- Team paves the way for immunotherapy to treat aggressive colon tumors
- ASU researchers unveil cancer-seeking nanorobots that starve tumors
- CWRU researchers block cancer’s spread to body with novel technique
- Cancer ‘vaccine’ eradicates tumors in mice, holds promise in humans
- Healthiest vitamins and minerals revealed in new JAMA report
- Runoff pitting low-fat vs. low-carb diets to lose weight results in a tie
- Researchers discover key enzyme sabotaging our weight loss
- New AI-based app measures our body’s aging clock and helps us to rewind it.
- AHA names 2017’s top advances in heart disease and stroke research
- Company wants to bioprint new beating hearts to replace our diseased ones
- Creating designer babies with CRISPR will soon be possible
- Researchers report breakthrough in human lung regeneration
- Diabetes treating ‘SGLT2 inhibitors’ named among top research advances in heart disease
- Researchers create functioning kidney tissue
- AHA names PCSK9 inhibitor evolocumab as a top advance in heart disease
- Do not go baldly into that good night
- New hair-raising technique to decrease baldness
- New blood test for Alzheimer’s could improve dementia treatment
Last month’s recap: January Life Extension and Medical Discoveries.
Next month’s recap: March Life Extension and Medical Discoveries.
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