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Michael Rae on Hyberbaric Oxygen Treatment Study

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Hi Dean!

I also greatly miss Michael Rae's posts; IMO, Michael is the the leading thinker on this list -- he is a truly remarkable person.

  --  Saul

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On 9/8/2021 at 2:05 PM, Dean Pomerleau said:

For those of you who, like me, miss Michael Rae's insightful contributions to this forum, here is a review from him of a (pretty bad) study of hyperbaric oxygen therapy that makes some bold and unsubstantiated claims about reversing aging.

https://www.sens.org/hyperbolic-hyperbaric-age-reversal/

--Dean

 

The official article author is:
"By SRF staff", not MR ... unlike: https://www.sens.org/parabiosis-the-dilution-solution/

 ... or, more generally, these: https://www.sens.org/author/michael-rae/

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On 9/10/2021 at 2:32 AM, KHashmi317 said:

The official article author is:
"By SRF staff", not MR ... unlike: https://www.sens.org/parabiosis-the-dilution-solution/

 ... or, more generally, these: https://www.sens.org/author/michael-rae/

From the Sept 8th SENS Research Newsletter :

Hyperbolic Hyperbaric "Age Reversal"

A recent publication in the journal Aging claimed to show "increased telomere length and decreases in immunosenescence" (with supposed implications for overall health and aging) in response to hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). As exciting as that may sound on the surface, close examination of the study design reveals numerous flaws. Hype doesn't help advance the progress of genuinely promising rejuvenation biotechnologies, and here at SRF, we are committed not only to pushing for more science in the aging-damage-repair realm, but to promoting better science and avoiding the pitfalls of poor study design. Read a full breakdown of the HBOT study by SRF science writer Michael Rae on our website.

--Dean 

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It ain't exactly 'age reversal' .... but may be much more important for some: Why hyperbaric may not be hyperbolic ....

Cleveland Clinic YouTube channel posted this a few years ago ...

 

 

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