Dec 4, 2022

The Thymus As A Key Target For Aging Intervention — Dr. Greg Fahy — EARD 2022

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This is a followup trial result to the first trial that reported 2.5 years of epigenetic age reversal This has interesting reports from the actual patients about how they feel and the changes it made to them. After the first trial I sent an email to see if I could do this but I have IBS which Fahy said would disqualify me.

Dr. Greg Fahy gives an update on the TRIIM-X clinical trial at EARD 2022.

The TRIIM-X clinical trial aims to understand how to create a personalized thymus regeneration regimen. By regenerating the thymus, the researchers hope to be able to prevent or reverse certain aspects of immune system aging.


Dr. Fahy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of California at Irvine and a Ph.D. from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. Dr. Fahy used to be the Head of the Tissue Cryopreservation Section of the Transfusion and Cryopreservation Research Program for the U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, where he developed the original concept of ice blocking agents.

Dr. Fahy is the Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder of Intervene Immune, a biotech company researching rejuvenation of the immune system, particularly the thymus. He designed and led the TRIIM trial, published the first report of thymus regeneration in a normal human, and granted patents on methods for and applications of human thymus regeneration. Before his time at 21st Century Medicine, where he is the Executive Director and Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Fahy pioneered the practical use of cryopreservation by vitrification and invented a computer system to apply this technology to organs at the American Red Cross.

Dr. Fahy is also a biogerontologist and is the originator and Editor-in-Chief of The Future of Aging: Pathways to Human Life Extension, a multi-authored book about the future of biogerontology.
For 16 years, Dr. Fahy worked as a Director of the American Aging Association and for 6 years as the editor of AGE News, the organization’s newsletter. He currently serves on the editorial boards of Rejuvenation Research and the Open Geriatric Medicine Journal.

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