PALM HARBOR, Fla., Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Palo Alto Longevity Prize is a $1 million life science competition that challenges teams from all over the world to extend life spans. For more information log on to www.PaloAltoPrize.com. Regenerative Processing Plant, LLC (RPP) has been video showcased https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqdSqIvLvF8 by Palo Alto Investors for this ambitious challenge. RPP will compete in both the Homeostatic Capacity and the Longevity Demonstration Prizes.
Recently, Harvard Scientists found a protein that could reverse the aging process. In May 2014, Harvard Stem Cell Institute showed injections of a growth factor called Growth Differentiation Factor 11 (GDF-11) appears to have special regenerative properties. This study showed many tissues including damaged muscle are regenerated. This is being called the "Fountain of Youth Hormone."
The new concept ,that is not currently universally understood, of using Allogeneic Human Growth Factors Injections, such as GDF-11 "The Fountain of Youth Hormone," to stimulate your Autologous Stem Cells that might not be functioning efficiently.
Dr. C. Randall Harrell, M.D., CEO & Chief Medical Officer for RPP states, "The article from Dr. Wagers' lab at Harvard below offers scientific evidence that Human Growth Factors like our PDA Human Amniotic Fluid Cryo-Activ ® Growth Factors are more important than Allogeneic Stem Cells in Rejuvenation of Aging and injured Tissue."
Regenerative Processing Plant's (RPP) First Sterile Product: PDA-Human Amniotic Fluid Cryo-Activ™ is also the first product on the market to Lot test for the presence of GDF-11.
RPP products are available to the healthcare community now for the treatment of Plastic Surgery wound healing, Sports Medicine, Pain Management, Orthopedic, spinal therapies and other Regenerative Medicine Therapies through their personal physician. Now everyone can have access to the same opportunities right here at home collected and manufactured in the USA."
1.Sinha, M; Jang, YC; Oh, J; Khong, D; ... Wagers, AJ (May 2014). "Restoring systemic GDF11 levels reverses age-related dysfunction in mouse skeletal muscle.". Science 344 (6184): 649–52. doi:10.1126/science.1251152. PMID 24797481.
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