Blood Test to Predict Organs True Age Offering Clue To Future Health new study
Another possibility is emerging from such research, which says that it will be very helpful in knowing the health of Alzheimer patients. Stanford Medicine investigators have shown that our organs age at different rates. That is, if there are two people of the same age, their organs may have different capacities, even if the age is the same. That means one person's body part may be older or younger than another.
Researchers have said that if a person's organ has become older than another person of the same age, then the chances of that person having a disease related to that organ increases significantly, and also of early death. Stanford Medicine investigators conducted their research on 5,678 people. Let us tell you that researchers at Stanford University in California have succeeded in checking the protein level of human blood with the help of machine learning.
Studies say that 1 in 5 healthy people who are 50 years of age or older have at least one organ that is aging faster than the rest. For this, a blood test can be invented which will tell how fast someone is ageing. With this, treatment of that organ can be started in time. According to Tony Weiss Corey, senior author of the study, now the biological age of an organ can be estimated. Which can tell when a disease related to that organ can develop in that person. This study has been published in Nature Journal.
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