Such an agreement is usually made to protect the public’s safety. But why? Jytdog, I can see why you reverted this edit (reading it over it does look promotional, though this was not my intent) but I do think that the fact that Ambriosa is making fairly extreme claims is significant in understanding why people might want to give them lots of money. If nobody has any objection, I might fix that (though it is not really my priority either—as I said to the IP editor, this isn't really a topic I enjoy editing, and I only got involved by being on WP:RCP). There are multiple companies working in this space and not all of them have been called snake oil. Ambrosia has reported that the FDA did not research their announcement, which is an important fact which should be added to the article if the FDA announcement is going to be kept. :-) @Mr. Vernon: The editor definitely seems to have an agenda; however, I have to (somewhat reluctantly) admit that they're right that the section on the YBI mostly isn't on the YBI at all. AE3yia1AJeQ (talk) 13:20, 13 March 2020 (UTC), Returning to the original topic - AE made a bold edit. Ambrosia has stated it paused treatments, and has since restarted treating patients in the same year, 2019. "eliminates" the complications related to a physical body, involves the copying or transferring (e.g. However, it also found that 68% believed most people would want it and that only 4% consider an "ideal lifespan" to be more than 120 years. , Other modern life extensionists include writer Gennady Stolyarov, who insists that death is "the enemy of us all, to be fought with medicine, science, and technology"; transhumanist philosopher Zoltan Istvan, who proposes that the "transhumanist must safeguard one's own existence above all else"; futurist George Dvorsky, who considers aging to be a problem that desperately needs to be solved; and recording artist Steve Aoki, who has been called "one of the most prolific campaigners for life extension".  The use of such products, however, has not been proven to be effective or safe. The first section under Commercial development describes the FDA's unresearched announcement.  He states his opposition to life extension with the words: "simply to covet a prolonged life span for ourselves is both a sign and a cause of our failure to open ourselves to procreation and to any higher purpose ... [The] desire to prolong youthfulness is not only a childish desire to eat one's life and keep it; it is also an expression of a childish and narcissistic wish incompatible with devotion to posterity. As of 2017 it is collaborating with European pharmaceutical company Grifols to create a blood plasma-based experimental biologic drug which they propose to test on people with Alzheimer's. Young Blood Infusions "Rejuvenate" Old Mice", "Young Blood Transfusions - The Elixir Of Youth? Such treatments have no proven clinical benefits for the uses for which these clinics are advertising them and are potentially harmful. That is not correct. , The free-radical theory of aging suggests that antioxidant supplements might extend human life. However, critics argue that the uploaded mind would simply be a clone and not a true continuation of a person's consciousness. All the other sources in that section are then daisy-chained along from the people mentioned in SciAm, so that actually none of that section related to the YBI. Karmazin has not published in any peer-reviewed journal and his current study does not use a control group.  The scientific community currently views the practice as essentially pseudoscientific, with comparisons to snake oil. Ambrosia Medical is a San Francisco-based blood services company, founded in 2016 by Jesse Karmazin, a Stanford graduate, that offers "young blood" (the blood of persons aged 16-25) plasma transfusions, promoting such treatments as having anti-aging properties and other health benefits. One hypothetical future strategy that, as some suggest,[who?] So we have to rewrite that lede sentence if we are going to use the source. , Transhumanist philosopher Nick Bostrom has argued that any technological advances in life extension must be equitably distributed and not restricted to a privileged few. "Research on blood transfusion outcomes has been complicated by the lack of careful characterization of the transfusion products that have been used in clinical trials; studies had focused on how storage methods and duration might affect blood, but not on the differences among lots of blood themselves.". I've already changed: because there is nothing in the sources suggesting that blood transfusions in mice are done for the "medicinal benefit" of the mice.  David Wright is the licensed doctor overseeing the clinical trial; in his practice he administers intravenous treatments of vitamins and antibiotics for nontraditional purposes and was disciplined by the California Medical Board for the latter in 2015. YorkshireLad (talk) 17:31, 6 March 2020 (UTC).  Genetic differences between humans and mice that may account for these different aging rates include differences in efficiency of DNA repair, antioxidant defenses, energy metabolism, proteostasis maintenance, and recycling mechanisms such as autophagy..  David Gems, assistant director of the Institute of Healthy Ageing, argues that aging should be viewed as a disease. Bill Gates offered $10 million bribe for a forced vaccination program for Coronavirus to the Nigerian House of Representatives.  The technology to achieve such dramatic changes, however, does not currently exist..  Proponents of stem cell research point out that cells are routinely formed and destroyed in a variety of contexts. Copyright © 2020 WokeHub,Inc. It is a statistical certainty that we possess more lethal genes that activate in later life than in early life. Ambrosia recently revamped its website with a list of clinic locations and is now accepting payments for the procedure via PayPal. It is something that is being investigated at the moment with rodents. Despite their name, the Young Blood Institute does not offer young blood transfusions. Alternately, the subject may be kept alive for repeated extractions; (they keep the children captive as a prisoner, hidden somewhere, for a “long term traumatization treatment”, where they maintain the child alive, but they traumatize, torture, rape, and extract the blood of the child with blood transfusions multiple times, until the child finally dies from the abuse and blood loss or they decide to kill the child in one of their many (monthly) satanic child sacrifice rituals. Karmazin’s refusal to publish verifiable data related to his trial ought to make anyone skeptical, especially when charging exorbitant prices. Later in life, vulnerability to accidents and age-related chronic disease such as cancer or cardiovascular disease play an increasing role in mortality. Strong medical claims require strong evidence. All Rights Reserved. Instead, there is no valid evidence whatsoever. We just have to make a more accurate summary of what the writer says.(. He claims the procedure can effectively reverse aging. Just a few years later in 2016, Dr. Karmazin left his residency to found his startup Ambrosia, LLC – his controversial company that claims that a transfusion of two liters of plasma, specifically “young plasma” from donors between 16 and 25 years old, can “reverse aging.”. ", Add: In no place does this source say, "the scientific community...." the comments in this source are the opinions of a single person; therein lies one problem with a blog-like source. "A study conducted at UC Berkeley found that blood from older mice hurt younger mice, while older mice were not benefited by the blood of younger mice.". As a large number of children “disappear,” the questions into not only the issue of pedophilia arise, but also the murder and subsequent selling of murdered children’s blood also is in question. For example, the American Medical Association has been critical of some anti-aging hormone therapies. Life extension is the idea of extending the human lifespan, either modestly – through improvements in medicine – or dramatically by increasing the maximum lifespan beyond its generally settled limit of 125 years. The entire wiki with photo and video galleries for each article. 13. Again, we are already witnessing the blood of the young being sold as going mainstream. That didn’t happen. , In February 2019 the FDA warned about companies offering young blood transfusions stating: "simply put, we’re concerned that some patients are being preyed upon by unscrupulous actors touting treatments of plasma from young donors as cures and remedies.  Because of the universality of aging he calls it a "special sort of disease". This is the goal of the 2045 Initiative. You can also share your rare story directly through the site, so being part of our community is easier than ever! , The anti-aging industry offers several hormone therapies. , While growth hormone (GH) decreases with age, the evidence for use of growth hormone as an anti-aging therapy is mixed and based mostly on animal studies. 14. , Genome editing, in which nucleic acid polymers are delivered as a drug and are either expressed as proteins, interfere with the expression of proteins, or correct genetic mutations, has been proposed as a future strategy to prevent aging. Among the foremost researchers of life extension at this period were the Nobel Prize winning biologist Elie Metchnikoff (1845-1916) -- the author of the cell theory of immunity and vice director of Institut Pasteur in Paris, and Charles-Édouard Brown-Séquard (1817-1894) -- the president of the French Biological Society and one of the founders of modern endocrinology. Of course it all seems like a joke, but we know how the luciferian elite love to rub the truth in our faces in plain daylight (what are “Google Adreno” and “Google Chrome”?). Karmazinai – kaimas Vilniaus rajono vakaruose, dešiniajame Neries krante, netoli Dūkštos žiočių.  This trial was promoted by Bill Faloon, who founded the Life Extension Foundation, which was raided by the FDA In 1987 for illegally importing medicine, though the case was dropped in 1996.