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An Appeal to Help Dr. Steven Coles, a World Leader in Aging Research

Posted: Mon, December 31, 2012 | By: Ilia Stambler

Dear All,

Dr Stephen Coles, a world leader in aging research, has cancer. The professor at UCLA, head of the world renowned Gerontology Research Group, director of the Supercentenarian Research Foundation, is succumbing to one of the worst age-related diseases of all. A person who dedicated his life for the healthy longevity of all needs your help. And you can help!

1) Donate.

Dr. Coles’s family asks to donate for his treatment through the “Donate” -page of the Gerontology Research Group.

Instructions: After clicking Paypal -donation button and logging in (or inputting payment information if not registered), there is a “Add special instructions to the seller” -section. Specify there: “For Dr Coles’ treatment”. Donate here.

2) Help apply a ground-breaking approach for Dr. Coles treatment, by spreading the word.

Dr. Stephen Coles
Dr. Stephen Coles

Many researchers on the Gerontology Research Group mailing list have proposed ideas to help Steve. Dr Coles’ family is particularly interested in the “mouse culture” concept, where a patient’s tumor is taken during surgery and injected in mice. Then the mice are tested for various treatments, and the treatment which is found to be most effective is applied to the patient.

The procedure is new and has been empirically shown to be quite effective. But it costs about $22K. We hope that the company performing the treatment can make a big discount, in view of the publicity that can be generated.

Depending on the company’s offer, the amount of money that we collect and the number of people we reach, we will try to help Dr. Steve Coles the best way we can. Inaction kills.

Please donate and spread this message!

International Longevity Alliance

Ilia Stambler & Edouard Debonneuil


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