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Scientists Make Human Cells 30 Years Younger

The rejuvenated skin cells repaired wounds with youthful vigor

Photo by Italo Melo: https://www.pexels.com/photo/woman-wearing-pink-dress-holding-fruit-1786258/

Human cells don’t age like fine wines. Instead, their functions become sluggish, they become more susceptible to genetic damage and communication between other cells gets choppy. But what if there was a way to turn back the molecular clock and restore cells back to the prime of their younger days?

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