The best way to cure all diseases is to stop aging

For terminal illnesses, such as cancer, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, organ failure, and Alzheimer’s, the incidence of these diseases in young people is often very low.

As for other diseases such as the new crown and flu, the resistance of young people is significantly stronger than that of old people.

For example, the biggest risk factor for Alzheimer’s is not your apo-e level, but your age. People in their twenties don’t get Alzheimer’s. But by the time you’re 65, your risk of Alzheimer’s doubles every five years, and by age 85, it’s almost a third.

We have exhausted all efforts, the best technology, the most resources, the most advanced science. Maybe help us cure cancer, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, organ failure,. Even if one of them is cured, it may prolong life by 5 or 7 years. But other diseases would follow. The sickness and suffering of old age are still inevitable.

In this sense, it can be said that for all diseases, anti-aging treatment is effective!

We’ve spent so many resources and money just to keep people alive for another decade. The diseases that ultimately kill us are inseparable from the aging process itself. Why not invest more in anti-aging?

There’s a lot of talk about the possibilities of treating aging — from blood transfusions from old mice to young ones, to eradicating “zombie” cells, to extending your healthy lifespan by taking rapamycin and metformin every day. Maybe this needs a push from you and me. Anti-aging is the best cure for all diseases

However, from another perspective, our technological development may not be able to achieve anti-aging treatment for a short time or even a long time. For those who are still living in this world today, the expected results of investment in anti-aging research are uncertain, unrealistic, or even just wedding dresses for future generations.

So aging research has always been a fringe field. A new phase is now being entered as the first aging-related drugs enter clinical trials. The dawn in the darkness of dawn has come. It’s time to increase investment and strengthen the spread of anti-aging. The cure for aging may be the cure for disease.