Anti Aging injections

  • badbug

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    Nov 18, 2015 7:02 AM GMT

    So i was listening to the Joe Rogan podcast today, i don't know if you know who that is but it's not overly important that you do.


    He had his friend and rich asshole Dana White on, also not important to know who he is.....but he's a super rich guy who famously had this disease he had cured with some advanced german medical treatments maybe 4 years ago. Today, those treatments are way more common, Kobe Bryant and other athletes have them done and they are quite common for rich assholes.

    Dana, was saying, that his german doctor buddies are working on trials of this new collagen regeneration shit, that helps regenerate collagen....think of it as TRT for your skin. He thinks it will be a trillion dollar industry....of course it will be available to rich assholes first and probably be 20,000 a shot.

    I am especially excited, because i have been talking about this and been waiting for the development of this for years. Whether it's 10 years away or 15 years away, it's coming. People will be looking 20-30 years younger than their biological age.

    Dana isn't a scientist, Joe isn't a scientist, nor am I. But i do follow this stuff and i promise you it's just the beginning of a very awesome new world, atleast for the wealthy. I am not wealthy.


    But with the advancments in medical technology and biology and the like, people will really want to have savings and or the means to acquire debt in order to afford these new treatments as soon as possible. Most people have college funds for their kids, or are saving for a mortgage etc, etc, In the future, and that future is now, you really want to be saving for advanced medical treatments.

    Right now many of the top atheletes are having amazing results with stem cell injections. I myself am saving for them for shoulder issues. I am not sure of the pricing....but i do know, some people are going to be too old to wait for costs to get cheaper or too vain or too whatever. So this is just me being very excited and wanting to tell folks that now more than ever, being financially responsible is going to be a huge benefit.

    Seriously though, i am 34....i am at that age where i am noticing i am not young anymore. It sucks. hahaha How fucking cool is it going to be, to just take a few shots and look the way you want. The next generation of steroids are going to be crazy too, and probably much safer. The future is going to be awesome, if the planet doesn't melt first.

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    Nov 18, 2015 11:57 AM GMT
    Don't hold your breath. Ive been reading about shit like this since I could first read and it's never proved effective. Athletes and movie stars end up disfigured freaks from these regimens. Look not further than Michael Jackson. They haven't even solved tooth decay or baldness.
  • BlackBeltGuy

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    Nov 18, 2015 3:30 PM GMT
    Alpha13 saidDon't hold your breath. Ive been reading about shit like this since I could first read and it's never proved effective. Athletes and movie stars end up disfigured freaks from these regimens. Look not further than Michael Jackson. They haven't even solved tooth decay or baldness.


    I have to agree, Alpha13 for the win!
    Some docs here in Socal even pedal a similar thing with stem cells in your face called the "vampire facelift" google that crap.

    The injections for stem cells (PRP) in shoulders and other joints really worked on the 2 patients I have met. The ones with the face injections 2 out of 3 said their faces were back to normal in a couple months
    I think even Kim karashitian had it done too.
  • venue35

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    Nov 18, 2015 7:33 PM GMT
    So whoever is rich is an asshole??icon_neutral.gif
  • FitBlackCuddl...

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    Nov 18, 2015 7:55 PM GMT
    venue35 saidSo whoever is rich is an asshole??icon_neutral.gif


    It seems the public mindlessly indulges money...material wealth and ANYONE who has it, regardless of how they got it. So--yes. The rich tend to be assholes.

    Just look at Paris Hilton and Charlie Sheen. icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 18, 2015 7:56 PM GMT
    Reads like typical internet mythology. Mysterious foreign doctor. Celebrity endorsement. Miracle results. The interwebz is full of this stuff.

    There is actually the first ever large clinical trial for an "anti-aging" medication getting started right now. The candidate drug is (drum roll) plain old metformin, prescribed to millions of diabetics and pre-diabetics.

    Why metformin? The research team previously performed a meta-analysis of many different medications for which data existed, looking for any known substance that significantly prolonged life in a statistically robust way. There were two or three candidates. (I'm having trouble finding the original story that mentions the others, but see refs in above link.) But they chose metformin, even though it wasn't the strongest candidate, because it appeared to be the safest, has been around for almost a century, and they have a pretty good idea how it works.

    Note that, as always, a sensible diet and exercise are expected to be much more effective than the drug. But there are certain plants that are rich in similar compounds. Expect these miracle herbal cures to be hitting the banner ads forthwith.
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    Nov 18, 2015 8:01 PM GMT
    This is my daily anti-aging injection.

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    Nov 18, 2015 8:20 PM GMT
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    I'm waiting on telomere weaves to extend longevity at which point I intend a contrarian investment strategy. Once people start living 100 or 200 years I'm putting all my money on various suicides for sale, betting people are finally gonna figure out that they've had enough crazy for one lifetime.
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    Nov 18, 2015 8:27 PM GMT
    theantijock saidtheantijock%20engage%20stalker%20reducti

    I'm waiting on telomere weaves to extend longevity at which point I intend a contrarian investment strategy. Once people start living 100 or 200 years I'm putting all my money on various suicides for sale, betting people are finally gonna figure out that they've had enough crazy for one lifetime.


    Shouldn't that almost be possible now, with CRISPR/Cas9? I don't recall hearing about anybody trying it, but I wouldn't be surprised. Also wouldn't be surprised if it turned out not to work.

    I believe both Futurama and Idiocracy have explored the suicide booth idea, but am not obsessed enough to dig up images right now.
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    Nov 18, 2015 8:53 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidNote that, as always, a sensible diet and exercise are expected to be much more effective than the drug.

    And don't forget genetics. Some very athletic people have keeled over from a heart attack at a relatively young age because it was in their family history.
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    Nov 18, 2015 9:23 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidShouldn't that be possible now, with CRISPR/Cas9? I don't recall hearing about anybody trying it, but I wouldn't be surprised. Also wouldn't be surprised if it turned out not to work.

    I believe both Futurama and Idiocracy have explored the suicide booth idea, but am not obsessed enough to dig up images right now.


    Actually I do now recall the futurama booth, funny, but I didn't need cartoon for a consideration I've had since adolescence and especially since having buried so many people I love, man, that wears on ya. So with great extensions would have to come a whole shift in consciousness and I don't know if I'd want that. I'd have to divorce myself from the attachment of love and that to me is not life. So what might work in theory, I'm not sure is always applicable to the planet. Great longevity thereby is probably best suited to sociopaths which of course itself can lead to an early life, haha. Alternatively, you'd need a lot of distraction from past pains which in itself is attachment. So the scenario seems to mobiusly turn in on itself.

    I'm not familiar with Crispr, only Rice Krispies, but the last I read was that telomere were extended in rats or something and the longevity improvement was measurable but I don't recall the specifics. Looking up quickly, oh I see at a very uninformed level I'm sure, so Crispr is the hairdresser Snap of the telomere weave. Okay, Got it.

    Who knows how introducing changes to humans might effect homeostasis but for now as far as I know this seems the most promising in this regard, assuming that's what the customer wants.

    But I'm gonna keep yer booth handy, just in case the customer was wrong...

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    For me, after having buried so many, I've developed this attitude that if death was good enough for them, it's good enough for me. It is nothing I run from. My concern is not getting a heart attack but getting a stroke. Not the length of life but its quality.

    Which is how I feel about dementia. I only hope that if I ever see it in me that I've the balls to booth it. Will telomere extension keep the brain cells also youthful? I'd assume so but if not: 11% of those 65 or older have AD; 1/3rd of everyone over 85 has it, that's big and scary.

    So to me that's where more resources need be focused, not on extending life towards more suffering but on reducing suffering with what we've got.
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    Nov 18, 2015 9:30 PM GMT
    Sunscreen and staying away from sun is my anti aging injections.
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    Nov 19, 2015 2:41 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidThis is my daily anti-aging injection.

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    Best response on this thread!