Rapamycin is arguably the most promising longevity drug currently available. And that is why we spend a lot of time on it on this podcast. Today I’m going to share a 20 minute presentation on the subject that I gave at the recent RAADfest conference last month. I’ve also included the short panel discussion after that where we take questions from the audience. In that I am joined by Liz Parrish, Drs. Greg Fahey, Bill Andrews and Ian White. I do apologize to our audio listeners who do not see the graphics on the YouTube video version, but hopefully, there will be sufficient value in the audio track itself to justify its inclusion on the podcast. Either way, please let us know so we can decide about future presentations.
- 01:03 – Introduction to the speaker
- 03:18 – Rapamycin
- 05:44 – TOR molecule
- 10:46 – Phenotypes of aging
- 12:12 – Periodontal disease
- 15:14 – Cardiovascular disease
- 16:55 – Alzheimer’s disease
- 23:23 – Gene therapy
- 25:57 – COVID vaccine
- 29:07 – The Space Aging Research Institute
- 38:22 – Regenerative medicine
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