Today, we are going to have a look at a new study that shows that senescent, non-dividing aged cells can be somewhat restored to working order using a new technique. Before we do that, let’s take a look at what senescent cells are and how cellular senescence protects us from cancer and other harmful diseases….

The next Journal Club will be on October 31st at 13:00 EST/18:00 UK and will be streamed live from the Cooper Union, New York, to our Facebook page. The last episode we talked about the hallmarks of aging, a popular aging theory that places the various aging processes into of a number of damage categories (hallmarks) and proposes solutions…

The link between inflammation, cellular senescence, aging, and cancer is a complex relationship, but a new study sheds light on how these four interact. The light and dark side of inflammation and cellular senescence Cellular senescence is a protective mechanism that helps us to stay healthy and avoid cancer by removing damaged and aged cells…

It is strange, really: we hear people talking about aging all the time, about the aches and pains, grey hairs and wrinkles, and yet few of us really understand the complex biology that is at work driving these processes. Let us explore what we know about aging so far thanks to science, but before we do,…

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