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posted by Andrea Griffith-Girtz in Health

Eternal Youth: Possible?

November 29, 2010

Aging may just be a state of mind after all. Scientists at the Harvard Medical School have developed a therapy which rejuvenates the worn out organs of the elderly and effectively reverses the aging process by regenerating the body. This age-defying treatment is, however, only available to mice -- for now.

Click through for the rest of the story from Time NewsFeed.

Do you think scientists will ever be able to truly reverse the aging process? What if they did? If people never got "old", how would it change our world?

(AP Photo/David Duprey)

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