Scientists have proven time and time again that the things we thought were impossible, are in fact, possible. This time, scientists discovered that they could reverse aging in mice. At Harvard Medical School, scientists used proteins that can turn an adult cell into a stem cell. The craziest part is that the changes are permanent (as far as they know). This brings us to a very interesting question: if reverse aging is possible, should humans be allowed to do it? It’s worth noting that some of the mice that went through reverse aging experiments developed cancerous tumors after a while.
Is It Possible For Humans To Reverse Aging?
Currently, it’s not possible to reverse your age as a human no matter the science nor tech (allegedly). Although, we are only one more breakthrough from this actually becoming a possibility. Scientists recently revived pigs after death so we can’t write off anything at this moment. Reverse aging could change deadly diseases forever, if science was able to implement some kind of permanent change. Although, this would also mean that humans could somewhat be immortal. There are currently human trial experiments under-way, but the results won’t be released until many years later.