Forever young: Secret of eternal life revealed by Russian science? (Video)
2010 09 15

From: YouTube.com/RT


"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.
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Video from: YouTube.com/RussiaToday




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