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TA-65® reduces the telomere loss that accompanies normal aging

Dr. Jerry Shay, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Cell Biology, Dallas, TX, USA

First randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study to show telomeres getting longer in humans

This study summarizes the findings on telomere length (TL) changes from a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of TA-65® with relatively healthy cytomegalovirus-positive subjects. Subjects taking TA-65®(250 Units) significantly increased TL over a 12 month period, whereas subjects in the placebo group significantly lost TL. The findings suggest that TA-65® can lengthen telomeres in a statistically and possibly clinically significant manner.

New Study Observes the Impact of Telomerase Activation on Metabolic and Cardiovascular Health Markers

An observational study published in the October 2013 issue of Rejuvenation Research reports on observed changes in metabolic and cardiovascular health markers in people who took TA-65MD® nutritional supplements for one year.

Functional Assessment of Pharmacological Telomerase Activators in Human T Cells

This human study demonstrates that TA-65MD® nutritional supplements increase telomerase activity and proliferation in human CD4 and CD8 T cells.

A Natural Product Telomerase Activator as Part of a Health Maintenance Program

This one year human study showed improvements in telomere length and immune system biomarkers for people taking TA-65® capsules.

The Telomerase Activator, TA-65®, Elongates Short Telomeres and Increases Healthspan of Adult/Old Mice without Increasing Cancer Incidence

This animal study looked at the effects TA-65® and confirmed their mechanism of action, long-term effects, and safety.

Genetic Epidemiology Research on Adult Health and Aging (GERA) Study

In the largest and most diverse study of aging to date, telomere length is being analyzed as a marker for age-related conditions. This genomic project, Genetic Epidemiology Research on Adult Health and Aging (GERA), aims to increase understanding of the genetic basis for a host of problems.

The First Documented Age Reversal in a Mammal: Harvard University Study shows Telomerase Activation Helps Reverse the Aging Process

Telomerase reactivation reverses tissue degeneration in aged telomerase-deficient mice.