Scientists reappraise the role of 'zombie' cells that anti-aging medicine has sought to eliminate

Not all senescent cells are harmful “zombies” that should be wiped out to prevent age-related disease, according to new research from UC San Francisco, which found that some of them are embedded in young, healthy tissues and promote normal repair from damage.

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