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Discovery reverses aging of mouse hearts—could it work in humans, too?

Posted May 13, 2013, 12:19 pm Anthony Komaroff, M.D., Executive Editor, Harvard Health Letter Every living thing is constantly aging. It seems universal and inevitable — a law of nature. Just look in the mirror, or check out your family and friends. Yet in the past decade, a remarkable series of experiments from laboratories all over the world has begun to challenge that “law.” In both simple animals like worms and in more complicated…

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