Tech mogul, 45, who spends $2m trying to de-age himself is injected with the BLOOD of his teenage son


A well-known eccentric tech mogul and anti-aging crusader has taken the drastic step of swapping blood plasma with his father and young son.

Bryan Johnson has spent millions annually to bring his biological age down to 18.

Johnson, who has received blood transfusions from a healthy, anonymous donor in the past, has now accepted plasma donation from his 70-year-old father Richard and 17-year-old son Talmage.

The trio underwent the transfusions at a Dallas clinic in which the senior father and teen son have a liter of their blood removed and converted via a machine into its piece parts— one batch of liquid plasma and then a batch of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.

That collection is then fed into Mr Johnson’s veins with the goal of rejuvenating and repairing cellular damages wrough by the aging process by replacing old blood in an old body with new blood from a young donor.

Johnson and his doctors claim that in two years he has reduced his overall biological age by more than five years and now has the heart of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old and the lung capacity and fitness of an 18-year-old.

Most recently, he has been undergoing plasma swapping.

Before doing so with his father and son, Johnson had been undergoing plasma transfusions from a young, healthy, anonymous donor who he had carefully screened by making sure the person had an ideal body mass index, lived a healthy lifestyle, and was free of diseases.

After plasma was extracted from Talmage, the process was repeated with Richard, who had some of his blood drained and infused with some of Bryan’s blood.

The science behind plasma transfusion as a cure for aging is far from settled and has its roots in experimentation with mice.

In 2005, a group of scientists from the University of California, Berkeley made the shocking discovery conjoining young and old mice changed their cellular ages.

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