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Curing biological aging & gene therapy with Liz Parrish and Dr. Nick Delgado at RaadFest, Las Vegas

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Interesting talk on some recent developments with gene therapy, etc.

 

Plus also some healthy lifestyle tips.

 

https://youtu.be/D7XEVBxe9h8

 

Liz Parrish is the CEO of BioViva, which announced the first successful use of gene therapy to extend telomeres, back in April 2016. Parrish herself is reported to have benefited from this therapy.


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Sure.

BIOVIVA & LIZ PARRISH’S TRUE STORY OF HER ORIGINS & DESIRES
Liz Parrish did not graduate from college however she once held a hairdresser license which makes her believe she’s eminently qualified to carry out CRISPR and AAV9-Tert gene therapy utilizing Myostatin inhibition and the gene follistatin. She began fundraising for this “project” by joining Sugardaddie.com in order to take advantage of wealthy men to finance her Medical Tourism Scam. 
 

https://lizparrish.co/bioviva’s-origin

People are so naive it is hard to believe.

 



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Sure.

BIOVIVA & LIZ PARRISH’S TRUE STORY OF HER ORIGINS & DESIRES
Liz Parrish did not graduate from college however she once held a hairdresser license which makes her believe she’s eminently qualified to carry out CRISPR and AAV9-Tert gene therapy utilizing Myostatin inhibition and the gene follistatin. She began fundraising for this “project” by joining Sugardaddie.com in order to take advantage of wealthy men to finance her Medical Tourism Scam. 
 

https://lizparrish.co/bioviva’s-origin

People are so naive it is hard to believe.

 

 

I was always suspicious of Parrish after she ran off to south America to get experimental treatemnts a few years back, but that website has made me doubt all the bad things I have heard about her.

 

 

 

So far, there have been 7 patients killed by gene therapy clinical trials And What Parrish & BioViva Are Doing Are Not Clinical Trials But Attempting To Ride The Backs Of The Rigorous Scientific Method Which Itself Has Already Killed People In An Attempt To Get Around US Laws & The FDA In A Scam To Make Money....

what is this incoherent ranting gibberish?



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There is a reason I don't mention work by Bioviva, and Parrish.  I seem to recall Technology Review ran a piece on their stuff a while back, and it wasn't flattering.

 

Addendum:  here it is:

 

https://www.technolo...f-gene-therapy/



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The moment she got into bed with Bill Andrews and Sierra sciences it got a bit sketchy....



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Sounds like Elizabeth Holmes 2.0.



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I wouldn't compare her to Holmes. She really believes all the fringe cures, and is desperate to experiment on herself. I bet after that article about HGH and metformin that appeared in Nature, she has a doctor giving her shots of HGH.





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