WoofPost.com Publishes Information On Research That Could Help Dogs Live Longer
Beverly Hills, CA - Nearly every dog owner laments the relatively short lives of their dogs and would love to have the gift of several more years of healthy life for their canine companions.
That may soon be possible by simply giving dogs a pill every day.
According to a new study that is being spearheaded by the Dog Aging Project, a drug called rapamycin may help to extend the lifespan of dogs. Rapamycin is not a new drug and is used in humans to prevent organ rejection in transplant recipients and also as a treatment for some forms of rare cancers.
Past studies using rampmycin in yeast, fruit flies, nematode worms and mice have shown to increase the life span of these organisms. Plus, when the drug is used in mice, the additional years the mice enjoyed were healthier.
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