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Vestiage CEO Comments on Immortal Life
Date:4/8/2013

Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) April 08, 2013

Scott Kimball, CEO of Vestiage Inc, a leading publily traded anti-aging company focused on science-based, highly effective cosmeceuticals and nutraceuticals, commented today on the astonishing work surrounding “immortal life” research being done surrounding the “Benjamin Button Jellyfish” and Stem Cells.

Kimball stated, “Because of what is occurring in Human Stem Cell laboratories all over the US, it is no longer absurd to start thinking in terms of life expectancies for our children to be 150 years old. As part of our research and product development effort at Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals, we started talking to marine and ocean experts at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratory and with others, such as the people involved with Virgin Oceanic, Richard Branson's deep sea microbial expeditions and research. Further we have been watching the work being done with the Turritopsis dohrnii jellyfish in Japan. This jellyfish is a living being that has the capability - at any stage of its development — to transform itself back to a polyp, the organism’s earliest stage of life, and thus escape death and achieve potential immortality. This turns one of the most fundamental laws of the natural world upside down which is the belief that you are born, and then you eventually die. Most exciting is that we have learned that during rejuvenation, this jellyfish undergoes cellular transdifferentiation, an unusual process by which one type of cell is converted into another — a nerve cell into a
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