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This just wrapped up. I managed to tune in for two of the talks and will post some screen captures of the slides for other’s benefit in the next few days. i’m not sure if this was recorded or if it will be made available online for later viewing, but hope that it is.

Ana spoke about how stress hormones (e.g. glucocoricoids / cortisol) can increase risk of cancer, how stress hormones increase with age, and how they deminish the effectiveness of many cancer therapies (so the younger you are with cancer, the better your body responds to cancer therapies).

Tony Wyss-Coray, Phd - “Young Blood for Old Brains”

Note - I think his presentation today (see slide images below) is very similar to this one he gave for the foresight institute a few months ago, and its on youtube if you want to watch it:

This slide below was interesting… Tony talked about three major aging periods (based on periods of greatly increased levels of age-related proteins), one when we are 35 to 40, again around age 65, then again around 85. See spikes below: