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The Longevity Reporter: The Weekly Newsletter About Aging (subscribe to the newsletter)
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11th February, 2017
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This Week's Top Health And Longevity News 
Gene Editing Could Permanently Reduce Risk Of Heart Disease: Introducing a protective mutation that lowers cholesterol levels could cut rates of cardiovascular disease. Source 
Cellular Reprogramming Extends Telomeres In Mice: Reprogramming living tissue through the application of a specific combination of signals is able to induce strong telomerase activity. Source 
Improved Gene Therapy Restores Hearing To The Level Of A Whisper: An improved gene therapy construct has restored hearing in genetically deaf mice to impressive levels of sensitivity. Source 
Study Suggests Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Are Safer Than Feared: The process of reprogramming adult cells into induced pluripotent stem cells doesn't appear to create mutations - assuaging safety concerns. Source 
Aspirin May Block Cancer By Inhibiting New Blood Vessel Formation: Aspirin may reduce cancer spread through its actions on platelets - preventing blood vessel growth. Source 
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