Long Term Cognition and Longevity via Autophagy

One of the key drivers of aging is cellular senescence, a state of irreversible growth arrest induced by many pro-tumorigenic stresses. Senescent cells accumulate late in life and at sites of age-related pathologies, where they contribute to disease onset and progression through complex cell and non-cell autonomous effects. Pharmacological treatments have been shown to extend… Continue reading Long Term Cognition and Longevity via Autophagy