US Millionaire Injects Teenage Son’s Blood To Stave Off Aging
By RT News
Bryan Johnson, a venture capitalist and the founder of the brain activity monitoring company Kernel, employs blood transfusion from his 17-year-old son to slow down his aging process.
According to a report by Bloomberg, the procedure is part of a larger, trigenerational scheme whereby 45-year-old Johnson transfers blood to his 70-year-old father, Richard.
The multimillionaire spends $2 million annually and employs 30 doctors and regenerative health experts to develop other anti-aging techniques.
Original source: https://t.me/rtnews/41902