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Gene Mutation: Good or Bad?

The human genome is a complex web that shapes the way we function and separates people from primates from plants. Over time, our genes have become more diverse and complex, changing over hundreds and hundreds of years. These changes are called mutations.  While the words “genetic mutations” typically refer to genetically linked diseases or alterations …

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Want 30 more healthy years of life? Elephants show us the way.

You may not know that only 3% of elephants get cancer. Surprising, right?  A 7-ton mammal should produce many more cell divisions than smaller mammals, and so should generate more random mutations predisposing to cancer. So how do elephants elude cancer?  Well, to start with, elephants don’t smoke, they walk all day, and they are vegetarians. But, above all else, the answer lies in their genome.  

Eric Leire On Spotify Podcast

Dr. Leire discusses some of his background and the amazing things that GenFlow Biosciences are doing to develop gene therapies that slow or reverse aging in humans and dogs.
To listen to the podcast click here.

Longer, healthier life

What sounds like the holy grail of medicine is the most serious goal of a young biotech company from Gosselies’ BioPark, GenFlow Biosciences. This small company, one of the last to have emerged in the carolo pole of life sciences, has embarked on the development of therapies to counter the effects of aging and diseases associated with old age.