A Harvard scientist is so confident his anti-aging drug will work, he is using himself as a Guinea pig to prove its results.
David Sinclair is a Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, and he is convinced he has stumbled upon an anti-aging drug, so powerful, that he is testing it on himself. Already he has proven that this drug has profound anti-aging abilities with mice. Geriatric mice have been proven to have the youth of young adulthood restored to them when administered this medication.
Sinclair is now ready to take his discovery of the fountain of youth to human clinical trials. So confident is he in the success of his predicted outcome, he is going to put himself in the position of a test subject. The initial clinical trials are only to observe for side-effects. However, if researchers observe nothing detrimental, further tests will take place.
Sinclair’s childhood obsession with reversing the aging process
Sinclair has an impressive curriculum vitae. It is no wonder he can convince many of his claim that he has found the elixir of eternal youth . A molecular biologist, he also holds the position of Co-director of Harvard University’s Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Molecular Biology of Aging.
As a four-year-old boy growing up in Australia, he always pondered the “gravity” of the aging process. He took this passion and made it a prestigious career. As well as his position within extremely reputable Harvard University, he has founded many Biotechnological companies as startups.
From his time as a student, his focus has been on isolating what exactly triggers the aging process. For his entire career, he has been researching what could potentially reverse or prevent aging. Ultimately, his fountain-of-youth discovery happened by accident.
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