https://www.scientificamerican.com/...rsible-at-least-in-human-cells-and-live-mice/ So although it's possible human lifespan could increase over time with this treatment, the biggest benefit is improving a human's health span. Treatments like this could help save money on healthcare for older people. Now they predict this could become a real thing within 10 years (perfect time for my 50th birthday!) but do you think something like this will become the next big social debate? If we start treating cells to reverse aging will some start saying we can't do it because we are playing God? I'm just curious your thoughts.