Why doesn’t everyone want the cure for old age? You tell me. I simply don’t understand why more people don’t want the cure for old age. So little money goes into research to cure old age that it’s a crying shame! Maybe it’s because people don’t believe it can be done.
Since the dawn of time there have always been critics and skeptics who sit at the sidelines and say it can’t be done or that we are pushing snake oil cures etc. Make no mistake about it. Gen Cells Cures has our critics.
Food for thought about skeptics and critics:
The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has limits.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistingushable from magic.
Arthur C. Clark.
We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.
Science commits suicide when it adopts a creed.
Thomas Henry Huxley.
In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual.
Main stream scientists are sometimes afraid to get involved in serious gerentology for fear of being branded whackos. Well. let me give it to you straight
from the horse's mouth. The technologies are now here to do the job. They are in our very own hands. I want to remind you that when Neil Armstrong (I like to call him Uncle Neil) became the first human to step foot on the moon, on July 20, 1969 I knew that humans would live to be 200 years old and beyond with just a little research. However since 1969 serious gerentology has been put on the back burner. Only in the past five years or so has the science of gerentolgy began to accelerate with the discovery of stem cells, cloning and rapid advances in genomics. With
today's science nothing is impossible.
Lets talk about 1969 for one second, Viet Nam, Flower Power, free love, a new generation, my generation, we thought we would live forever, and we didn’t trust any one over thirty. I was right there in Hait Ashbury. I know the younger generations since then have envied our time and they should, it was the life! Jimi Hendrix’s guitar was screaming “All Along The Watchtower” and we still had Elvis too! Well, I am a baby
boomer and want some of it back. Yes, I am young for 55 but I can see what’s coming around the corner for me and my fellow hippies from 1969 (If they are still alive). And it isn’t pretty.
No matter what generation
you are from, just stop and imagine for one moment what it would be like to have your youth back. Have you ever noticed how time
flies like a jet airplane. Something has got to be done and we are going to do it right here in the labs at Gen Cell Cures.
How are we going to find the cure for old age?
Answer: Through stem cell research including therapeutic cloning and genomics
The most difficult part of the nearly unthinkable has already been done. Through therapeutic cloning technologies we can take a patients cell back to the beginning of life. Now all that’s lacking is to perfect these technologies and take them from the bench to the patient.
The Koreans' human cloning experiments have opened the door wider on therapeutic cloning. We here at Gen Cells Cures have found that the Korean’s new technique of squeezing out the DNA from the egg cell works much better than sucking out the DNA with a tiny needle. Their cloning process was a spectacular
Our biologists can re-set your aging clock. It’s just a matter of time. Take a look at your own clock. What time is it? What year is it? How old am I? Where has my life gone? If you want to get the
straight scoop on aging contact Miller Quarles of the “Curing Old Age Foundation” or ask Harry Bernstein (“How Do I Move On Without My Soulmate?” Newsweek). From King Tut to Howard Hughes we all face the same dread …No matter how well we succeed in life, we’re all fated to loose it in the end to that pitiless serial killer- old age.
So is Gen Cells Cures suggesting there is a cure right now?
Absolutely not, and the anti-aging clinics may be just a little bit ahead of their time.
We do disagree with some mainstream scientists in that they do not believe aging can be researched as a disease. We believe aging is at the top of list of the deadly incurable diseases that can be cured. The cure is just around the corner. But the research has to be done and the sooner the better because time waits for no one, no matter how big your wallet
is if you don’t reach into your wallet and do the right thing. Sooner or later you won’t even be able to lift a finger to write the check. Age can and will kill you.
Make no mistake about it: aging is a disease to be feared. Yes, the disease of aging brings out the fear of God. However, I believe God wouldn’t have given us the ability to cure aging if he didn’t want us to find the cure.
Scientists have succeeded in extending the life of some model organisms and humans are next. Currently there is no magic pill. The magic pill will be found in research.
And to accelerate that research we are recommending private research. You have a family doctor and other specialists. The time has arrived for you to have your own life-sciences researchers. The future is in stem cell research, therapeutic cloning and
Growing old is not all fun. We’re prone to rheumatism, gout, vision loss, hearing loss, and worst of all sexual
dysfunction. Some need new knees, new hips, a pacemaker. Aging can be cured the same as any other disease. There is a lack of funds and public support for genuine ant-aging research. Many people tend to see Cancer and Alzheimer’s disease as
theoretically curable, like polio, but aging as inevitable. There will always be the nay sayers until the cure arrives.
We are very excited about the future possibilities from our
specialized research. What good is it if we find your cancer cure, heart disease cure, or stroke cure if we just turn around and let you die from old age. Those of us who have become convinced that aging is the root of nearly all late-life illnesses have not yet won over those of you who have the power to fund further research.