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When you think of the end of your life, what do you picture? Will you leave the world in a few short years, having made a difference?
Will your family remember you as a strong provider? A loving parent or grandparent? As someone who paved their way for a better future?
Or will the inevitability of death rob you of the opportunity to provide all the things you once planned on leaving behind?
If you still have goals and dreams you want to make a reality, then you need to read this letter to the very end.
Because what I'm going to share with you today will inspire you to rethink your future – your understanding of mortality – and the very concept of death.
Thanks to recent breakthroughs in biology, medicine, and genetics, you may be able to accomplish much more in your life than you ever imagined possible.
- Imagine finally having the time and ability to travel and explore the world...
- Imagine never being too sick or tired to play an active role in the lives of your children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren...
- Imagine having enough money to enjoy the retirement of your dreams without ever worrying that you'll outlive your money...
With what I'm about to show you, that's just the beginning.
You see, the medical and technological breakthroughs you'll discover today are changing everything we've been raised to believe about aging.
In the next few years, these discoveries could extend your life expectancy to 120...
But, before you turn 120, another technology will be improved so much that your life expectancy reaches 150...
And by the time you celebrate your 150th birthday, yet another technology could be so advanced that doctors simply stop predicting you'll die at all.
In fact, because of what you'll discover today, Dr. David Sinclair of Harvard's Genetics Department has announced that:
"There is no limit on human lifespan."
His colleagues at Harvard, MIT, Penn, Scripps, and Johns Hopkins have helped to develop a treatment that could be the first step toward a permanent cure for mankind's most deadly disease: aging.
Here's what this is all about...
After decades of experimentation, recent human clinical trials, and two Nobel Prize-winning genetic advancements...
Doctors have discovered an "Immortality Gene" hidden in our DNA.
And... they've developed a treatment that could allow us to switch it on.
This treatment could require as few as four injections a year.
And besides unlocking our ability to stop aging, these injections could allow our bodies to return to the health and vitality we had in our 30s, and stay there indefinitely.
- Never losing a memory or forgetting a face.
- Being restored to your sexual peak.
- Looking and feeling like you did when you were 30.
And it doesn't stop there.
Clinical tests have already shown that these injections make it possible to reverse the effects of age-related diseases.
- Wind back your biological clock by 20 years (proven in human clinical trials).
In a 24-week clinical trial, doctors stimulated very low levels of the "immortality gene" in 36 men between the ages of 60 and 85.
- After six weeks, the men's vision had improved by 20%.
- At 12 weeks, symptoms of erectile dysfunction were disappearing.
- And 24 weeks in, they had a 14% increase in the measurable strength of their immune system.
- By the end of the trial, the men had literally aged backward – on a biological level – between five and 20 years.
And in Unlocking the Immortality Gene, I'll show you the all-natural supplement they used to accomplish these incredible results.
Now, I think you'll agree that these results are impressive.
They give us the ability to literally age backwards.
However, none of them can truly unlock our ability to live forever.
There are two reasons why.
First, these old methods are slow and have to be done in a lab setting. Making a mass-scale treatment out of them is nearly impossible.
Second, they do nothing to prevent the terrible diseases that come along with aging, like cancer, heart disease, strokes, and diabetes.
That's because they don't deal with the core problem.
Inside of every cell in our body, we have DNA that contains all of our genes. Genes determine our eye color, our height, the structure of our bodies... literally everything.
But there's a final piece of the puzzle that you may not have heard of before.
It's something 114 million times smaller than a red blood cell... 428 million times smaller than a single skin cell.
How to live forever: Breakthrough with RNA and siRNA
It's called RNA.
Each of our genes creates a unique type of RNA. There are over 200,000 different forms.
They're instructions written to the rest of our body.
When doctors say a gene is "switched on," what they mean is that it's creating RNA and sending it out into the cells.
On the other hand, when a gene is switched off, it isn't creating any RNA.
Here's where the breakthrough that could finally unlock human immortality comes into play.
There are two different kinds of RNA.
The vast majority of the RNA is our body is healthy. It's what keeps us alive and functioning.
The problem occurs when our genes don't produce enough of it. Sometimes they don't naturally produce any at all, like with the Immortality Gene.
But we also have genes that produce RNA we don't want. This is what causes cancer, heart attacks, and every other genetic disease.
So to achieve immortality, or even get close, we have to increase the amount of healthy RNA in our body and eliminate all the unhealthy RNA.
And that's what doctors have just learned how to do.
This is a new field of medicine called RNA Therapy, or RNAi.
With RNA Therapy, doctors can now switch on or off any gene in our DNA.
Here's how it works.
Doctors identify the gene that they want to target and copy the RNA it creates.
If their goal is to activate a gene (for example, the telomerase-producing immortality gene) they simply have to duplicate that RNA over and over and inject it back into the cell.
So if a particular gene isn't producing RNA and you want it to, we can now simply add more of that RNA into the cells.
On the other hand, if their goal is to switch off a gene, they can use RNA therapy to have the opposite effect.
They simply make a counter-agent for that particular gene's RNA called siRNA.
These are molecules specifically designed to bind to unhealthy RNA and "silence" their effects.
By eliminating the RNA of that gene, the instructions are never carried to the rest of the cell, and the gene is, in essence, turned off.
It's hard to overstate how significant this discovery is.
For the first time in human history, we have the ability to turn genes on and off at will.
Which is why, in 2006, this discovery won the Nobel Prize in medicine.
Now, at that time, doctors could only use RNA therapy in a specific type of worm, called C. Elegans.
But the technology has been advancing rapidly.
The Future for siRNA Companies
Today, it's progressed to advanced clinical trials. The company behind it is already moving far along in the FDA approval process.
And you can harness this therapy not only for its life-saving – potentially immortalizing – ability – but also to capture windfall gains from the company making it possible to bring this miraculous therapy to the world.
I'll show you how to do both in your free copy of Unlocking the Immortality Gene. You'll discover:
- How doctors can reverse 25 years of aging in days, not months.
- In January 2015, doctors at Stanford used RNA therapy to reverse 25 years of aging in just a few days. They took 60-year-old human skin and muscle cells and made them 35 again!
- The lead scientist on the project, Stanford microbiologist Dr. Helen Blau, says, "We have found a way to turn back the internal clock by the equivalent of many years of human life."