With scientific advances, the holy grail pursuit of anything promising in terms of restoring one’s youth, vitality, and health has never been this steadfast. Indeed, people have been now aging slower and living longer, with an average life expectancy of 76 years.
Though there are a few drugs that are labeled as having potential anti-aging properties, there is still no such thing as an anti-aging prescription. Dr. Magalhães and others are pushing in that direction although further research on more complex species is required before conclusions can be drawn.
In the meantime, we shall first expect to see longevity drugs successfully being repurposed for other age-related diseases used for anti-aging s a form of preventive intervention or prophylaxis.