Anti-aging senolytics drugs found to improve mice health and lifespan

Short of stumbling onto a genie or the Fountain of Youth, most of us accept aging as an inevitable part of life – but maybe it doesn’t have to be. An emerging class of drugs called senolytics has been found to help restore the body to a more youthful state, and a new study has used a drug compound to extend the lifespan and improve the general health of older mice…
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