Started by Unbeliever, November 03, 2019, 06:58:32 PM
Quote"A small clinical trial, which was conducted by a team of researchers led by Dr. Greg Fahy, has shown for the first time in humans that reversing biological age may be possible.The results of TRIIM are inThe researchers spent a year running the Thymus Regeneration, Immunorestoration, and Insulin Mitigation (TRIIM) trial, which included 9 volunteers aged between 51 and 65. The trial was aimed at testing if a growth hormone and drug combination could be used safely in humans to restore thymic function lost due to aging .The thymus is a vitally important immune organ responsible for producing T cells that combat infections, repel invading pathogens, and destroy cancer. However, after puberty, the thymus begins to shrink in a process known as involution; gradually, the T cell-producing tissues turn to fat, and the organ wastes away with a corresponding decline in T cell production and loss of immune function. This, of course, then leaves us wide open to attack from pathogens and diseases."