Forever young: Secret of eternal life revealed by Russian science? (Video)
2010 09 15
"A Russian scientist claims to have created his own version of the fountain of youth. He says, when perfected, all you’ll have to do is pop a pill to defy the aging process. The medicine is currently undergoing tests, but could be on sale within a few years. "
Professor Vladimir Skulachev says he managed to find an anti-oxidant that stops the gradual deterioration of health caused by age.
It looks complicated and it certainly is. For Vladimir Skulachev it is almost a life’s work. Two more years of testing and the doctor thinks he will have finally cracked the enigma of aging.
Apparently it’s all about how oxygen reacts in the body.
Video from: YouTube.com/RussiaToday
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