This drug cocktail reduced signs of age-related diseases and extended life in mice and human cells
Sprycel + Quercetin
a dose of the leukemia drug dasatinib and the dietary supplement quercetin — drove down senescent cells’ numbers, tamped down the inflammation they cause, and reduced the level of disability that comes with age-related diseases.
When given to younger mice in which the aging process was jump-started with a transfer of senescent cells, the anti-aging cocktail forestalled the onset of age-related diseases. And the anti-aging effects of a single five-day course of the cocktail lasted for months, the equivalent in humans of more than a decade.
(perhaps when Sprycel becomes a generic drug and sells for the cost of aspirin - we'll see it in our chemists (pharmacy) over-the-counter shelves)