US Doctor claims Stem Cell Research to Boost Human Lifespan to 120 Years
US Doctor, Dr. Ernst von Schwarz has claimed that stem cell research can increase human lifespan to 120 years.
Washington: In a bold claim, Dr. Ernst von Schwarz, a distinguished triple board-certified internist, cardiologist, and heart transplant cardiologist at esteemed medical institutions, envisions a substantial extension of the human lifespan through stem cell research. The doctor is confident that within the next couple of years, humans may witness the possibility of living up to 120 years, and potentially up to 150 years by the end of this century, thanks to the advancements in stem cell research.
The 20th century witnessed a significant rise in human lifespan attributed to remarkable progress in scientific and healthcare domains, notably propelled by vaccine development and improved medical treatments. Diseases once deemed fatal have been tamed, enabling longer and healthier lives.
Dr. Ernst von Schwarz’s optimistic outlook on the potential extension of human life is grounded in the transformative possibilities of stem cell research. He emphasizes that such longevity, however, necessitates a proactive approach to health, including maintaining a balanced diet and regular exercise. Dr. Ernst underscores the pivotal age of 30 as a turning point, urging lifestyle modifications for a longer, fulfilling life.
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In detailing the impact of stem cell research, Dr. Ernst highlights the paradigm shift from reactive medicine to regenerative medicine, largely driven by stem cell therapies. Although stem cells are not yet FDA-approved, Dr. Ernst envisions a future where regenerative medicine can repair damage and mitigate aging processes, effectively prolonging life and enhancing overall quality of life.
It’s worth noting that Jeanne Calment of France, who lived to the age of 122 years and 164 days, remains the sole person in recorded history to reach the age of 120 and beyond.