UPDATED: Controversial anti-aging scientist — backed by Harvard's George Church — makes a fresh round of claims on life extension in new mouse study
Just weeks ago controversial anti-aging researcher Elizabeth Parrish attracted considerable attention for a tiny human gene therapy study she claimed was underway in Mexico, testing a new approach to age-related dementia. Now the biotech exec is back in the spotlight, with celebrated Harvard scientific advisor George Church by her side, posting a mouse study that stakes a claim to a remarkable extension of animals’ life spans using an “intranasal and injectable” gene therapy.
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