Our mission: Reversing aging
Oliver Zolman MD is an organisation whose mission is to run high quality clinical trials for combination therapies that reverse the aging process to decades younger levels in all organs across the body.
In the past 5 years science has progressed to a point where this is no longer the goal of science fiction. The 11 fundamental aging processes that cause all age related conditions have been identified and hundreds of anti-aging therapies are being tested in animal models each year. In 2019, the FDA approved the first clinical trial for slowing the fundamental aging process in humans.
What is aging?
Aging is the sum of age-related diseases, syndromes and symptoms ranging from wrinkles and presbyopia to stroke and cancer metastasis (Blagosklonny, 2019).
We specialise in combining evidence-based therapies that slow and reverse aging in different organs, to help slow and reverse aging across the whole body.
The benefits of this for people will be profound, preventing dozens of quality-of-life destroying age related conditions, such as cancers, dementias, cardiovascular diseases and blindness.
Without such therapies, if you live long enough you are almost certain to get these conditions and spend years of your later life in poor health.
The demand for slowing and reversing aging
In one survey, 80% of people said they would want to live to age 120 if they could have the same quality of life they had in their 20s.
Our strategy consulting
From sleep, diet, exercise, smoking cessation, alcohol intake, to zombie cell killing drugs (senolytics), stem cell therapy, gene therapy, regenerative pharmaceuticals and optimal medical condition management, we help develop and combine evidence-based therapies that are important for slowing and reversing aging.
100% evidence-based medicine
For decades, non-scientific, fake or questionable therapies have been purported to have an effect on age related diseases. From camel urine to homeopathy to telomerase 'boosters'. Our organisation has a zero tolerance policy for poorly evidence-based interventions, pseudoscience, or poor interpretation of biostatistics.
For a more detailed overview see Oliver's 10 minute presentation on 'how to be healthy to age 100+' on the homepage