Longevity in the News: Antibody Therapy and Cancer, Human Trial, and Spirituality Linked to Longevity

May 8, 2022

Lifespan News – NMN Human Trial

Overall, the study does suggest that there is a clear and significant increase of NAD levels following the administration of NMN.

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Antibody Therapy Alone Eliminates Certain Rectal Cancers

According to the American Cancer Society, 106,000 Americans will get colon cancer and 46,000 will get rectal cancer in 2022. However, immunotherapy for cancer is becoming more effective and sophisticated, which may eliminate the need for more traditional therapies.

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Doctors Gene-Edit Patient’s Liver to Make Less Cholesterol

A team of researchers from US biotech company Verve Therapeutics has injected a gene-editing serum into a live patient’s liver to lower their cholesterol levels.

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Cocoa Extract Shown to Extend Lifespan By Improving Cardiovascular Mortality

A large-scale, randomized, controlled trial found that cocoa extract decreases the lethality of adverse cardiovascular events in aging adults.

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Power of belief: Spirituality linked to ‘healthier life, greater longevity’

A high level of spirituality is associated with better health outcomes, according to research from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. 

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