People from the past have developed this urge to find a way on how aging can be reversed, and how to live forever. Ancient history gave us an insight as to how civilizations have worked so hard to find a way to be immortal. They have used their ancient knowledge of alchemy to create a potion which would give immortality. They also looked for answers on legends as to how they can live forever, but it seems like the thought of having an immortal life will stay as a myth, because humanity has failed ever since. Fast forward to the present, it seems like the idea of living forever is slowly becoming a reality, thanks to the effort and research of Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny.
Initially rejected by many scientists because of how impossible the idea is, the research study of Mikhail Blagosklonny about the use of rapamycin to cure aging is slowly gaining acceptance in the scientific community. They have reviewed his study many times, and have found out that the research itself is not really impossible, but can become a reality given the great advancement that the field of medicine has experienced recently, along with the great changes in technology that the world managed to unlock. Visit ResearchGate.Net to know more about Mikhail’s latest work.
Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny graduated from the First Pavlov State Medical University of St. Petersburg, where he received his MD and Ph.D. He first became fascinated with discovering the key to immortality when he became a professor at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, teaching subjects focusing mainly on Oncology. He is an expert about dealing with cancers, and he found out the potential of rapamycin being an anti-aging drug that could lead to the discovery of immortality. In his study, he pointed out that rapamycin has two centric models which are responsible for rejuvenating the immune system, and regenerating cells back to its younger form, along with the creation of new, younger cells. These centric models are called the TOR and MTOR model, and their presence have been proven to exist other cases alongside rapamycin, including genetic material that has been passed from a parent to their offspring; another way to obtain them would be by using rapamycin on a degenerative cell, and as they regenerate back into younger cells, the new ones that they will create will have a centric model in them; last but not the least would be the existence of these centric models in diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and cancer. Follow Mikhail on Google Scholar
The study has a lot of potential for the future of mankind. Today, this research has been seriously considered by many pharmaceutical company as the next level in medicine, and some private companies like Novartis has been manufacturing experimental drugs that follows the same principle, in order to be able to discover the key to immortality. Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny still needs to finalize his research, and it would still be a long way before we could actually see its effects. But we should thank Dr. Blagosklonny for his effort to turn legends and myths into reality.