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A Compound Discovered on Easter Island May Extend Life, Combat Age-Related Diseases

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Scientists are still uncovering the secrets of a compound discovered 50 years ago on Easter Island. Produced by bacteria there, rapamycin appears to be a powerful life-extender and may be a transformative treatment for age-related diseases.

In 2009, the National Institute on Aging Interventions Testing Program published a groundbreaking study indicating that rapamycin extended the lifespan of mice by 9 percent to 14 percent. Experiments conducted by various research institutions worldwide have further corroborated these findings or have found the compound to have significantly greater life-extending effects. A Compound Discovered on Easter Island May Extend Life, Combat Age-Related Diseases | The Epoch Times

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