Comments on: Who wants to live forever? Scientist sees aging “cured” by stem cells Religion, faith and ethics Sat, 23 Apr 2016 23:25:07 +0000 hourly 1 By: kevin21122 Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:13:57 +0000 / why are these so called comments reviewed this screening it a form af facisim! limiting the pollutes input to create an out put that is approved by you!!

By: kevin21122 Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:11:06 +0000 Why would you have to control the use of resources when you can use capital to control the world and eliminate 90% of the population with a slow kill by feeding them food that will make their great grand children infertile!!!

By: Bersenev Tue, 05 Jul 2011 01:28:22 +0000 Aubrey de Grey is not an expert in stem cell research, he is not studying stem cell aging. He is not right person to ask how stem cell affected with age and what we can do about it. I’d quote very prominent stem cell researcher Sean Morrison, who studied this issue in details:
“It is not clear whether there is any relationship between stem cell aging and life span”.
All claims “fix stem cell and we can live forever” are very much speculative. More of that, almost all discovered genes, affected in aged stem cells, also involved in carcinogenesis. There is a delicate balance between aging, tissue regeneration and cancer. Nobody know so far how to play around it in delicate manner.

Therefore your title “Scientist sees aging “cured” by stem cells” is very much misleading and can confuse public. Scientists who are working in the field actually never claimed “aging could be cured by stem cells”. I’m studying some aspects of stem cell aging too.

Alexey Bersenev, MD, PhD.
Independent blogger at

By: Leary Mon, 04 Jul 2011 19:12:45 +0000 In the future of health care, insurance companies would surely not cover life extending procedures (much too costly) this would leave the world to be inherited by the super rich and powerful. Those remaining would become indentured slaves to society.

By: enatai Mon, 04 Jul 2011 17:07:09 +0000 I am a stem cell scientist and quite excited about the potential of this technology to improve health care including quality and quantity (length) of life. However, I have to say the predictions in this article sound mostly like hype to me.

By: GwenStevens Mon, 04 Jul 2011 17:05:34 +0000 An entire world dying to stay young.The life/death cycle allows an infinite variety of life to exist in a world of finite resources.

If we suspend or inhibit the life/death cycle where will we find the extra resources to support an infinite population on a finite world.

Be careful what you wish for a long life in a resource poor decrepit hell, may not be paradise after all.