As per reports, New South Wales University researchers have declared that an innovative wonder pill could be used to track the sluggish ageing process.
However, the researchers asserted that within five years, the magical will surely enter the global supermarkets and soon after its arrival, the life expectancy graph would surely be stretched to 150 years and the graph could further be extended even to several more years.
Giving some more details about the study findings, the University Professor Peter Smith accounted that the pill have been entitled as elixir of life drug and soon, it would not only help the people to live a long life but the extended life would certainly be a healthier one.
Talking to the Daily Express reports, he stated that their study findings not only aimed to offer a long life, in fact the study wanted to focus on the fact that how an individual could be helped to live a disease free life.
In the meantime, he continued to share his experiences and commented that these drugs will also help in the renewal of certain important cells, so that the people could live improved and much longer lives.
Meanwhile, an Australian expert in ageing at Harvard University, Professor David Sinclair said that the medical findings have proved that a particular network of genes was responsible for the speedy ageing pace.
On the other hand, a renowned professor from the Oxford University, who leads a multi-disciplinary team at the Baroness Greenfield, accounted that while investigating the hidden neurodegenerative conditions, she found that gradually the dementia problems were increasing swiftly
She added, “We are in an era of unprecedented life expectancy, and science research needs to ensure we live happy and healthy lives, otherwise the social and economic implications could potentially be catastrophic”.
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