That is very different from the effects of altering clearly identified protein levels in the blood such as GDF-11 , which produce robust and defensible effects, clearly demarcated and measured.
It is the typically sad state of things to see the primary source, the university, shackle these two things together in the name of promotion.
Of course there can be problems in the long run (just like the German pension scheme has some), and it is necessary to create trust, but it's fairer than the outlook you present.
Also since blood transfusions are an established practice, I wonder why the "anti-aging institutes" aren't jumping all over this to offer expensive treatments as is done with testosterone and other therapies lacking sufficient evidence of efficacy and safety.
(http://postsecret.com/ Sadly the images are deleted after a week or two, I can't find the one I'm talking about.
found it somewhere else: http://www.thedotspot.net/2014/11/23/postsecret-pic-of-the-w...)
I also wonder if I can try that game out myself Haha, ill have to search when I'm home.
Thankyou for the link, it was quite interesting.
They can't release it for free because Zynga wants first crack at making money off of it if it has promise as a commercial product.
Just a guess, but it sounds like less bullshit than their stated rationale.