Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Fountain of youth miracle drug found on Easter Island

An anti-aging pill found from the soil of Easter Island, increased the life expectancy of animals by 38%.

"The drug, called rapamycin, is currently used to suppress immune systems of organ transplant patients. It is also used in heart operations and is being tested for its anti-cancer properties.

Dr Arlan Richardson, who led the research at the University of Texas, said: 'I've been in ageing research for 35 years and there have been many so-called "anti-ageing" interventions over those years that were never successful.

'I never thought we would find an anti-ageing pill for people in my lifetime. However, rapamycin shows a great deal of promise to do just that.' "

Life from Easter!

Now if they could just get the resurrection...

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