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Anti Aging Clinical Trials

There are always clinical trials ongoing that focus on different areas of anti aging and related conditions; our magazine has focused on a number of these including:

  • Age related macular degeneration clinical trials
  • Clinical trials on anti-aging skin care
  • Metformin and how it may be the answer for MS sufferers
  • Stem cells and how they may increase strength as we age
  • Anti-aging drugs that may work to rejuvenate the immune system

Did you know…

  1. Anti aging clinical trials look at aspects like whether it is possible to age without growing fragile, or how to improve your strength and immune system as you age.
  2. Many people are interested in anti aging skin care trials, as visual appearance is a big factor in mental wellbeing as we age.
  3. The majority of clinical trials take around 6-7 years to complete in full, with a minimum of 4 phases to each.
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