Successful aging control experiment on mice

By performing DNA repairs, researchers at Harvard University have successfully slowed the ageing process in mice.

The 13-year-long study showed that reorganising and controlling genetic structures can either hasten or prevent ageing symptoms like failing eyesight, a shorter attention span, and problems with skin tissue.

The results need to be tested on larger creatures or people, the researchers said.

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