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    Fill your veins with young blood

    A controversial startup that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with young blood is opening its first clinic

    "To startup founder and Stanford Medical graduate Jesse Karmazin, blood is the next big government-approved drug.

    Karmazin recently launched Ambrosia Medical— a startup that fills the veins of older people with fresh blood from young donors — in the hopes that the procedure will help conquer aging by rejuvenating the body's organs. The company plans to open its first clinic in New York City by the end of this year, Karmazin told Business Insider.

    In 2017, Ambrosia enrolled people in the first US clinical trial designed to find out what happens when the veins of adults are filled with blood from the young.

    While the results of that study have not yet been made public, Karmazin told Business Insider the results were "really positive."

    Because blood transfusions are already approved by the Food and Drug Administration, Ambrosia's approach has the green-light to continue as an off-label treatment.

    So far, the company has already infused close to 150 patients ranging in age from 35 to 92 with the blood of young donors, Cavalier said. Of those, 81 were participants in their clinical trial.

    A simple blood transfusion, which involves hooking up an IV and pumping the plasma of a healthy person into the veins of someone who's undergone surgery or been in a car crash, for example, is one of the safest life-saving procedures available. Every year in the US, nurses perform about 14.6 million of them, which means about 40,000 blood transfusions happen on any given day.

    Karmazin said "many" of the roughly 150 people who've received the treatment have noted benefits that include renewed focus, better memory and sleep, and improved appearance and muscle tone.

    In 2016, Conboy and her team ran another study to see what would happen if they merely exchanged the rodents' blood without connecting their bodies in any way. They found that while the muscle tissue in the older mice appeared to benefit slightly from the younger blood, they still couldn't say for sure that these modest benefits were coming from the young blood itself. After all, the experiment had also fundamentally changed the older mouse blood by diluting it.

    "The effects of young blood on old tissue seems to be rejuvenating; however, there is no concrete evidence that young blood is what is causing the change in results. It may very well be the dilution of old blood," Ranveer Gathwala, a UC Berkeley stem-cell researcher in Conboy's lab who co-authored the 2016 paper, previously told Business Insider.

    Nevertheless, Karmazin remains hopeful that the benefits he said he's witnessing are the result of young blood transfusions."

    https://www.businessinsider.com/youn...yIkQx3VW_HwyYA

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    Re: Fill your veins with young blood

    Theres not much to say about this one. I think some of the "elites" longevity treatments are finally coming to light. The alt right
    jokes about jews feeding on foreskins for demonic magic its only half in jest. Who would want to live on the blood of children?
    You know what the difference between the jews and the Nazis is?
    The jews are actually guilty of the crimes their accused of.

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