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Re: Zero IGF-1 and HGH = Zero Diabetes / Cancer and Less DNA Damage
« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2016, 10:59:06 pm »
That's an interesting idea, that people are applying Pascal's Wager to their health.  I sometimes feel like modern arguments over how we treat our bodies are just replacing arguments we used to have about the soul.

But I really do appreciate the perspective on life extension that you share with us.  You won't find that on many men's health blogs.

Well, as I keep pointing out, you now have major players getting involved in antiaging research.  Everyone recognizes this is a gold rush.  Now what this means on a practical level is that we should see rapid acceleration of antiaging solutions over the next 20 years as capital - both new money and old - flooding into this market.  There is already incredible progress in the last five years in pharmaceuticals and lifestyle longevity research, anti-cancer treatments, stemcell therapies and, of course, gene editing.  Nanotech will follow soon after I have no doubt.

What I am getting at is that it's no longer wishful thinking:  it's something to begin to take seriously as you look into the future, especially for you somewhat younger guys.  You best friend now will be the futurists.
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Re: Zero IGF-1 and HGH = Zero Diabetes / Cancer and Less DNA Damage
« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2016, 10:59:06 pm »