Blood Of Oldest Woman In The World Reveals Secrets Of Longevity, VU University Medical Center Study
4/24/2014 3:29:47 PM
It seems that 500 years after the death of Juan Ponce de Leon, science may have just discovered the mysterious fountain of youth. Only it’s not a fountain, and it’s definitely not in Florida. He actually had it all along — we all do. The secret to our longevity lies in our white blood cells. A study of blood and tissue samples from Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper, once the oldest woman in the world, revealed that death from old age is specifically caused by exhaustion of blood stem cells.
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