‘Youth Transplants’: Scientists Begin Harvesting Young Blood and Body Parts as Anti-Aging Treatment
Scientists at Stanford University have found that harvesting the blood and body parts of the young can serve as an effective anti-aging treatment.
🩸 Harvesting the blood and body parts of the young in the hope of achieving immortality has long been a trope in horror novels.
💉But now, scientists have found that cerebrospinal fluid infusions can regenerate the brain’s memory centre and may help to rejuvenate elderly bodies
— Telegraph Life (@TelegraphLife) May 15, 2022
The Stanford scientists found through their studies in mice that infusing the cerebrospinal fluid of younger mice into elderly mice improves their brain activity. Additional research has shown that this will be viable in humans as well.
The biotech company Alkahest found in 2019 that Alzheimer’s patients showed improvement in cognitive ability after receiving injections of an experimental human plasma blend. (Perhaps there is hope for Joe Biden after all!)
Additionally, the Quadram Institute in Norwich, Britain found that implanting fecal microbes from young mice to older mice reversed the aging process in the eyes and the stomach.
It will only be a matter of time before this mad science is fully commercialized, in a similar manner to how fetal stem cells are taken from murdered babies and used to make dangerous vaccines, and the demand for young children’s blood and body parts to be harvested will skyrocket.
Big League Politics has reported on tech firms putting billions of dollars into this sort of demonic and unethical research:
“Powerful tech corporations are putting billions of dollars into startups that intend to harvest the blood of children for the purposes of rejuvenation and anti-aging.
Newsweek published a profile on the growing industry, which includes injecting stem cells taken from dead mutilated fetuses into people, of humans playing God with disastrous consequences…
Spanish firm Grifols has purchased Alkahest for $146 million, which may open up Pandora’s Box with regards to harvesting the blood of children. They hope to find a synthetic fountain of youth from researching the plasma of their young volunteers. This work is changing the field of geroscience forever, for better or worse.
Until these recent breakthroughs, “people working on diseases did not think that aging was modifiable,” says Felipe Sierra, who was formerly director of the Division of Aging Biology under the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
“That is actually what many medical books say: The main risk factor for cardiovascular disease is aging, but we cannot change aging so let’s talk about cholesterol and obesity. For Alzheimer’s, aging is the main risk factor—but let’s talk about the buildup in the brain of beta-amyloid proteins. Now that is beginning to change,” he added.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, billions were pouring into this new industry. Some firms want to create infusions to change blood chemistry in the elderly. Others want to alter stem cells by introducing certain proteins into the bloodstream. The NIA is getting in on the action now, planning to spend $100 million over five years to understand “cellular senescence.”
Scientists are already coming up with quaint-sounding justifications to commit atrocities.
“If you put this work in an evolutionary perspective, we were not supposed to live that long,” says Gerard Karsenty, who is chair of the Department of Genetics and Development at the Columbia University Medical Center.
“Aging is an invention of mankind. No animal species has successfully cheated its own body—cheated nature—except mankind. Elephants may live for 100 years but they lived for 100 years a million years ago. Humans have outsmarted their own body,” he added.”