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Age Rejuvenation

Age Rejuvenation is a medical discipline focused on the practical reversal of the biological aging process. As we all age we begin to lose our physical abilities and beauty qualities to perform as a world famous music artist, actress or actor. Kpop artist put in a lot of time to stay healthy and to look perfect with smooth skin and a great smile. 

Most Kpop artist's begin to retire in their late 20's and early 30's. But wouldn't you like to have the chance to still compete and enjoy the thrill of performing on stage to show the world your abilities even if your 50, 75, 100 or 1,000 years old? 

With today's advanced technology and scientific knowledge, we are now entering the days we're we can once and for all cure aging and diseases by staying healthy using advanced molecular therapies to "repair" accumulated damage as we age. Once we can repair molecular damage faster than it can accumulate, "game over" we will have won the battle to stay young, healthy and happy for thousands of years and beyond. 

Kpop boy group BTS releases new music video "DNA"

South Korean Kpop boy group BTS releases their new hit music video called "DNA" or in scientific terms "DeoxyriboNucleic Acid". 

Read BTS Beauty Secrets to smooth skin here. The importance of staying young & healthy is even promoted by Kpop idols. And with scientific advancements in age rejuvenation everyone can benefit from these new scientific advancements around the corner. 

The Problem defined

Here at Kpop College in our academic department of science, students can also learn about Gerontology which is the study of aging. 

This is a very important field, as we all age and many elderly who have already aged are now suffering from a whole host of age related diseases. 

As you can see from the pie chart, the top 10 causes of mortality is from age related diseases. It is estimated that some 100,000 people pass away (every day) due these age related diseases. Just in 10 days alone, that is 1 Million people who have lost their lives to aging.

Age Rejuvenation

Listed in the table are the 7 Age Rejuvenation Therapies proposed by SENS Research Foundation to repair molecular and mutational damage. These are the top causes of mortality in the USA. 

The Solutions defined

The Good News is that Science & Technology have finally advanced to a point that we can now peer into our human cellular structure and measure Molecules, DNA and Atoms. Once we can start measuring something, we can start engineering solutions to improve it's function (health span) and it's durability (life span). 

Promising new scientific work called "Age Rejuvenation" is now in clinical trials to help elderly people "repair" accumulated molecular damage and turn their biological clocks back to a healthy state that will in turn significantly extend their life spans.

Billionaire Jim Mellon Interview

Listen to Jim Mellon, a Billionaire and one of Britain's most successful investor, entrepreneur, philanthropist and Author discuss his new book on health and longevity called "Juvenescence".  Jim has a master's degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University.

Age Rejuvenation therapies are picking up momentum around the globe and now the scientific community has a powerful leader in investment strategies that gives this new movement even more power. Jim Mellon's in-depth scientific knowledge of this new field of molecular level engineering to repair and improve one's health to live significantly longer lifespan gives him convincing objective insight into this technology.

With Jim's Billionaire expertise in investments, he believes this new scientific technological field of Age Rejuvenation will be the largest financial boom the world has ever experienced. Not only will this be a huge plus for humans with better health and longer lives, but also a huge market potential for investors. If you thought the mobile phones were a hot commodity, just watch how Age Rejuvenation therapies will leap frog that commodity with leaps and bounds.

Be sure to pick up your copy of Jim's new book called Juvenescence. Or pick it up at Amazon. at these locations:
All the proceeds go to helping longevity companies and scientist to further accelerate this great new frontier as humans are now on the verge of a major breakthrough in health span and life spans!

World Renowned Gerontologist Dr. Aubrey de Grey Interview

Listen to Dr. Aubrey de Grey explain his pioneering efforts the last two decades to raise awareness that biologically aging can be solved by repairing molecular and mutational damage faster than it appears.

It has been reported that Aubrey inherited some $16 million and he spent most of it (some $13 million) in forming the SENS Research Foundation that focuses on bringing this bio-technologies to clinical trials and to the market. 

Aubrey is the founder and Chief Science Officer at SENS where he and his non profit company are working to improve health and reverse aging by focusing on just 7 categories that cause molecular and mutational damage that accumulates over time. When that process is not repaired it continues to damage more cells, tissues, organs and the human body eventually succumbs to mortality.

So why do humans age in the first place?

Scroll down the page to learn how this biological process works.

Human Cells

There are some 37 trillion cells in the adult human body. On average approximately 230 million cells (0.0006%) go into apoptosis (programmed cell death) each day. This is because each time through mitosis a parent cell will split into two smaller daughter cells with the exact same DNA copy of 23 pairs of chromosomes. A cell can divide into two halves about 50 or 60 times and when it reaches that point it's too small to divide to make two new daughter cells. 

Cellular Mitosis

Each time cellular division occurs the telomeres in the nucleus of the DNA keeps getting shorter and shorter as the tips get clipped off and when it reaches the smallest functional point it goes into either senescence (sleep mode) or apoptosis (programmed death). The cells that go into apoptosis are broken down, recycled and the new daughter cells take it's place in a wide variety of places in all our organs and tissues in our body to keep us alive. Cells are needed in our body to create metabolism that processes our foods to create ATP (our energy) so we can breath, walk, talk, run, live, etc.  

Telomere Length

But some of the cells that reach it's Hayflick limit, where the telomeres tips can no longer be reduced any further go into cellular senescence (sleep mode). This is designed into our cells from millions of years of evolution to naturally find a way to stay alive through trial and error.

Human Engineering

Back in the 1500's humans on average only lived to their 30's, then longevity increased it 50's in 1920's then nearly 80's in the 2020's. Through better health, sanitation, medicine, antibotics and etc humans have engineered our bodies for a healthier state which permits us to live longer as a by product of better health. The rapid rise in longevity was due to scientific human engineering and not as much due to natural evolution.

Cellular Sencesence

Cellular senescence was naturally created by evolution to use as an alert system to call in the immune white blood cells (macrophages) so it could kill mutated cancer cells that accumulated in the body. The sleeping senescence cells constantly search for mutated cancer cells or other cells it perceives to be dangerous such as bacteria and moves in to it's surroundings.  When the cancer cells start to proliferate the sleeping senescence cells would wake up and secrete chemicals near the cancer cells. This would alert the immune cells to go in an attack and destroy the cancer cells. That process would result in tissue damage through the years as we age.

Aches & Pains

Older people then start to feel the "accumulated" effects of more "aches and pains". As time goes on and we age more, molecular damage accumulates in our tissues, arteries, hearts, lungs, brains, kidney's, liver and other organs. In a younger healthier body molecular damage is still occurring but it's not enough to "overcome" the tipping point where the organs can no longer function properly. It's akin to running the marathon where you hit the wall at mile 22 of the 26.2 mile run, your body runs out of energy and hits the wall and everything starts going down hill from there. 

DNA Mutations

Another aspect of damage that our bodies accumulate over time is mutational damage from our DNA genes not being repaired 100% of the time. Every day millions of genes are repaired from the constant process of mitosis cellular division errors or outside influences such as radiation, toxic chemicals, pollution, etc. Through millions of years of evolution our cells have naturally tried to stay alive through trial and error and repairing DNA better each generation.

Human DNA Sequenced

Our DNA repairs 98% of the mutational damage that occurs, but through evolution it hasn't reached 100% yet as the last 2% becomes increasing difficult to determine the causes. But now we are at a point in science and technology we in 1990 to 2003 we finally sequenced the human DNA. Scientist can now tell you which of the 23 pairs of chromosomes in the nucleus of each of your 37 trillion cells causes which disease and mutations such as cancer.

Gene Editing

And more recently a new technology out is called "Crisper" gene technology where we can now peer into the genetic code, and "edit" genes by turning them "on" or "off" so the correct signals are sent through the body for proper function. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in the nucleus of each of your cells. 23 from your father and 23 from your mother. When you look at those chromosomes under high magnification it looks like the letter "X". DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid) is twisted and wrapped around the legs of the chromosomes. The DNA is connected together by its base pairs (the ladder spokes in between) that is the genetic code of (AT, GC). How tightly the DNA is wrapped around and where at on the chromosome is the gene number. 


We biologically age simply because of the molecular damage and mutational gene damage that "accumulates" over the years that makes us less healthy and more prone to disease. When those diseases set in our organs stop functioning correctly which then leads to human mortality as shown on the pie chart above.

How can science reverse molecular damage to stop aging?

There are seven applications in development and some already in clinical trials developed by world renowned biomedical gerontologist, Dr. Aubrey de Grey from the SENS Research Foundation in Mountain View, California, USA. You can help support them with small donations to fund their scientists and work to bring these advanced quickly to the market. 

1) RepleniSENS

RepleniSENS is the technique of replacing lost cells. The Thymus gland produces T immune cells that destroys viruses and mutated cancer cells while leaving good cells alone. But over time the thymus shrinks & less T cells are available to destroy bad cells leaving the body with less good cells. 

Muscle cells loss causes Sarcaropina disease, Brain loses neuron cells causing Dementia and fine motor muscle cells loss creates Parkinson's disease. When these diseases set in later in life for the elderly they lose mobility. This limits their ability to exercise, weight increases further making it more difficult to exercise. For good cells to be constantly replaced through mitosis, exercise helps to keep the cells healthy so parent cells can divide into two daughter cells. But through time we lose more cells as mentioned above. The RepleniSENS solution is to take our own stem cells and recreate the thymus gland using an artificial biodegradable scaffold the permits it to regrow the thymus gland and repair it so it can get back to work destroying bad cells.

Learn more about RepleniSENS at SENS Research Foundation.

2) OncoSENS

OncoSENS is the technique of stopping cancer cells. Everytime mitosis occurs where the parent cell splits into two smaller daughter cells to replace old dying cells the Telomere's in the nucleus of the cell keeps getting shorter. A cell can normally divide about 50 - 60 times before it reaches the Hayflick limit where the Telomere's can no longer get shorter.

When the telomere gets too short it sends signals to the chromosome to go into pre-programmed death of apoptosis. If cancer starts proliferating in a cell after 50 to 60 divisions the telomere is designed from years of evolution to tell the cell to go into apoptosis. It's a feature to help ensure if cancer is in cells it won't proliferate to other cells. Stem cells produce telomerase and this helps the telomeres to stay long so it can keep dividing. But with stem cells in the body it can feed pre-cancerous cells the telomerase it needs to keep proliferating and making more cancerous mutated daughter cells. The OncoSENS solution is to turn off the gene that creates telomerase so pre cancerous cells can't grow.

Learn more about OncoSENS at SENS Research Foundation.

3) MitoSENS

MitoSENS is the process of preventing Mitochondrial damage. There is approximately 1,500 mitochondria located in each cell that processes food (sugar, fats, etc) and oxygen to power our body. However in the processing it produces some amount of ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) molecules. These molecules sometime damage the Mitochondria DNA. 

This will cause the mitochondria to not work properly and send out chemicals that damage other mitochondria in the cells and other cells. This eventually leads to tissue damage in the muscles causing Sarcopenia disease muscle loss and the neurological disorders of Parkinson's disease. The MitoSENS solution is to use gene therapy to deliver a backup copy of the mitochondria DNA into the cell nucleus where it is safe. Through millions of years of evolution the cells have learned by trial and error and moved most of the mitochondria DNA into the safe nucleus except for 1%. Then when mitochondria DNA is damaged, backup copies would be supplied by the proteins supplied by the mitochondria in the nucleus. This would leave the mitochondria in a mutant state but prevent it from leaking toxic chemicals to damage other mitochondria and tissues where it is located. 

Learn more about MitoSENS at SENS Research Foundation.

4) ApoptoSENS

ApoptoSENS is the process of clearing out sleeping senescent cells more than (~7%). One example is when the immune T cells search for viruses or cancer cells. When they discover an intruder who the remember they will form cytotoxic T cells. Those cells go in an destroy the virus or cancer cells. 

But after that occurs, the cytotoxic T cells go into apoptosis and die. Some however go into a sleeping senescent mode to remember the virus and some senescent cells lose it's ability to respond to new pathogen signals. These senescent cells will accumulate over time and block the area where new healthy cells can be stored in the tissue and organs. The solution with ApoptoSENS is to send a vaccine out that will search for the senescent cells that is leaking out specific chemicals to destroy only those cells.

Learn more about ApoptoSENS at SENS Research Foundation.

5) GlycoSENS

GlycoSENS is the process of breaking down sticky bonds. When blood sugar flows through the arteries sometimes it will open up and stick to the stretchy lattice protein wall of the artery. And sometimes they will attach two lattice protein strands that make up the artery wall. This slowly prevents the arteries to expand and restrict efficiently to pump blood through from the heart.

This will make it harder for the heart to pump blood through all the arteries thereby raising blood pressure. This will lead to heart disease (Heart Attacks), Stroke and Kidney damage. The solution is to deliver a molecule that will only break the cross links between the artery wall lattice protein strands that will permit them to flex and pump blood correctly from the heart to the other organs. 

Learn more about GlycoSENS at SENS Research Foundation.

6) AmyloSENS

AmyloSENS is the process of dissolving plaques that build up in the brain neuron cells that cause Alzheimer's disease. The neurons in our brain break down protein molecules called APP. Normally the breakdown occurs in order with an enzyme called alpha-secretase then by gamma-secretase. But in some cases beta secretase reacts with APP protein first.

When that occurs a sticky beta amyloid is created that sticks together to create a new molecule beta oligomers or larger sticky ones called fibrose molecules. Those two molecules then coat the neuron and form a plaque around it. This causes molecular damage of the neuron leading to a decline in mental abilities and Alzheimer's disease. The solution is to remove beta amyloid from the brain to healthy neuron transmission can be repaired. 

Learn more about AmyloSENS at SENS Research Foundation.  

7) LysoSENS

LysoSENS is a process cholesterol is delivered on particles through our arteries. But sometimes the particles get stuck and the white blood cells (macrophages) come to clear them out and take it to the cells lysosomes where it is broken down by it's enzymes. The waste is disposed back into the blood stream to be taken away but some filtered cholesterol becomes oxidized.

The white blood cells (macrophages) have a difficult time to process oxidized cholesterol. This accumulates preventing normal cholesterol from being processed. When this accumulation occurs the create "foam cells". This accumulates into plaques in the arteries. And after a while the plaques will break off causing blood clots to repair the damage artery leaking wall. The blood clots then trap the plaque in the arteries to cause Strokes and Heart Attacks. The solution is to give new enzymes to the white blood cells so they can process oxidized cholesterol. 

Learn more about LysoSENS at SENS Research Foundation.

How can I help assist in solving the world's greatest problem?

Cafe Chat 

Stop on over at our Kpop College cafe to chat with other students on campus about this very important topic of Age Rejuvenation. Discuss the 7 SENS Research Foundation strategies developed by world renowned  biomedical gerontologist, Dr. Aubrey de Grey. 

How can you make a difference in the world and help those who are now in their elderly years greatly improve their health of molecular damage and turn back their biological age back to a healthy age in their 20's?

Teach others Age Rejuvenation

Review the material and videos shown above and at SENS Research Foundation to fully wrapped your mind on why we age, why we get diseases, why it leads to mortality and what are the 7 causes and 7 therapies being proposed by SENS to help "repair" molecular damage.

When you become very knowledgeable in a subject matter you can become more convincing so your message is received well.

What is DNA, Genes and Genome?

DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid) = Railroad Tracks

with the letters AT, GC holding the rails together called base pairs. Twist this and you have DNA.

Gene = Railroad Car is one region on the DNA that comprises of 10k to 10 million base pairs. 

Genome = All 23 pairs of chromosomes of the DNA strands that is contained in the nucleus of a cell.

What causes mutations and diseases?

99% of the time our DNA is automatically repaired within our cells. There are 3 repair methods:  Nucleotide excision repair, Base excision repair or DNA Mismatch Repair. Through millions of years of evolution our DNA has learned to repair itself by trial and error to survive. But when 1% remains not repaired, it will accumulate over time through Mitosis and eventually lead to the onset of diseases, tissue damage, organ damage and finally mortality. 

What is Gene Editing?

Gene Editing is a type of genetic engineering in which DNA is inserted, deleted or replaced in the genome of a living organism using engineered nucleases, or "molecular scissors." 

CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) are segments of prokaryotic DNA containing short, repetitive base sequences.

Additional Resources

SENS Research Foundation - SENS Research Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that is transforming the way the world researches and treats age-related disease.

PubMed - Is a free search engine accessing primarily the MEDLINE database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. 

National Institute of Aging - US Government agency for the Nation's research activities dedicated to understanding the nature of aging,

Rejuvenation Therapy Developers at a Glance - Provides an overview of all startups and research facilities working on their development.

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation - To promote the advancement of biomedical technologies which will increase healthy human lifespan.

Cell - A comprehensive site everything related to cells.

Digital Aging Atlas - The Digital Ageing Atlas (DAA) is a portal of age-related changes covering different biological levels. It integrates molecular, physiological, psychological and pathological age-related data to create an interactive portal that serves as the first centralised collection of human ageing changes and pathologies.

Human Ageing Genomic Resources - The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) is a collection of databases and tools designed to help researchers study the genetics of human ageing using modern approaches such as functional genomics, network analyses, systems biology and evolutionary analyses.