Friday, December 12, 2008

Does TA-65 really cost $25,000??

From Newsweek magazine
Telomere biologist Bill Andrews of Sierra Sciences is taking a telomerase-boosting supplement called TA-65. "I believe it's safer than driving my car to work," he says. Since he started taking it a year and a half ago, Andrews says he has moved from the back of the pack to the front in 100-mile runs known as ultramarathons. But don't expect to find TA-65 at your local Vitamin Shoppe. It is available only from TA Sciences—for $25,000 a year.
Newsweek has it wrong. TA-65 costs less than $25,000. Prices are listed on the Patton Protocol page. And a good part of the fees come from testing your biomarkers of aging.

1 comment:

  1. Didn't UCLA test Geron's best telomerase activator called cycloastragenol?