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Matthew Sarad to Reverse Aging and Cure Cancer
Date:9/11/2009

gene carriers capable of replacing damaged mitochondrial DNA
  • License or invent the in vivo delivery of tumor suppressor proteins that are potentially safer and more efficacious in the treatment of cancer
  • License and improve the in vivo delivery of a variety of age-related proteins such as SOD and catalase in the treatment of disease
  • Build a large-scale manufacturing plant and commercial laboratory for studying and producing biodegradable nanoparticles

  • "The only way I understand how to make people, including regulators, fully appreciate the value of the technologies I have been working on for the past 10 years is to make a public and visible attempt at rejuvenating an animal. This was the central goal of my company when I founded it. I hope in so doing to rehabilitate my reputation, fix my former company, and bring important medical technologies to global pharmaceutical markets. Those who wish to help may visit MatthewSarad.com and read about this not-for-profit project."

    The project goal is to produce and administer a variety of nanotechnology based therapeutics in sheep. Sheep are the ideal animal to study because their DNA is similar to human DNA and human telomerase is effective in lengthening their telomeres. In addition to telomere lengthening the sheep will receive other nanotechnology based therapeutics designed to cause rejuvenation. If successful this experiment might inspire even more elaborate and powerful future experiments. It might also attract interest and money into the field which can be used to tackle some extremely serious and crippling degenerative diseases including cancer.

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