deprenyl New research

Dr. Hans J. Kugler H.Kugler at ix.netcom.com
Mon Feb 20 01:45:24 EST 1995


In <725900709wnr at longevb.demon.co.uk> John at longevb.demon.co.uk (John de Rivaz) writes: 

>
>In article: <3hhgboINN13f at newsman.murdoch.edu.au>  
>jbraks at csu.murdoch.edu.au (J.B.) writes:
>> 
>> A book called 'smart drugs II' claims that deprenyl increases the life of
>> mice by 40%. The authors say that this will probably happens to humans 
>too.
>> Is this true ?
>
>No one knows, as it will take that length of time to do the experiment. All 
>we can do is to decide whether taking it will do any harm, and if not 
>whether it will be worth the expense. If so, then we will know eventually 
>whether we live to 120 years or so. If we wait for the experiment to be 
>done, then we will be dead by the time the result is obtained therefore 
>it will be meaningless to us.
>
>
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Interesting new data about deprenyl (eldepryl) were presented by
Gwen Ivy, PhD, at the 1994 Amer. Acad. Anti-Aging Medicine in Las
Vegas. Tapes about this and many other lectures (thymus extracts, 
DHEA, Co-Q-10, and more) are available from them: A4M, 1510 Montana
Chicago, IL 60614.
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