The Role Of Senolytics In Longevity Medicine And Preliminary Results Of A Trial Of Dasatinib/Quercetin And Its Affect On DNA Methylation​

Dr. Edwin Lee


  • Supplements that show senolytic activity in animals and humans.
  • Preliminary results of a pilot trial of dasatinib/quercetin on DNA methylation patterns.
  • Epitalon for aging and telomere attrition.
Joseph M. Raffaele, M.D.

Welcome again to the Telomere Summit. This is Dr. Joseph Raffaele, your host. Today, I’m very happy to have Edwin Lee, M.D. on the program to talk about all the great work he’s been doing in his practice over the years, but in particular, a very interesting study that he’s just finished, hasn’t had all the data analysis, but we’re going to get some interim results, on the effect of senolytic combination on patients in a clinical trial. Dr. Lee is a best-selling author, international spokesperson and board-certified endocrinologist. In 2008, he founded the Institute for Hormonal Balance in Orlando, Florida, and practices functional endocrinology. 

He is a co-founder of the Clinical Peptides Society and teaches many health care providers in the use of peptides. He also formed, a not-for-profit organization to save peptides from the FDA. His latest book is the ‘Fountain of Youth With Peptides, Discover The Regenerative Powers of Peptides’. In addition, he is finishing up a six-month senolytic study in 21 patients, as I mentioned, using Dasatinib and Quercetin, should also say that Ed is an avid triathlete and golfer and practicing what he preaches from an age management standpoint. Great to have you on the show, Ed.

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