FDA issues seemingly obvious warning against injecting young people’s blood to fight aging
Breaking news: you should not be mainlining young people’s blood in hopes of staying younger. That’s not how life works — as far as we know — and is also not recommended by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The FDA issued a warning about certain organizations across the country that are “offering infusions of plasma from young donors” to help treat illnesses like Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, memory loss and just normal aging.
Yes, there are companies out there, namely controversial startup Ambrosia Health, that pre-FDA warning, offered these types of services.
And also charged thousands of dollars for it. Like $8,000 for a liter of plasma.
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