Rich Old People Injecting Young Blood

As strange as it may sound, older people are lining up to be injected with the blood of younger humans, some as young as 16.

Ambrosia Medical , founded by Stanford Medical graduate Jesse Karmazi,  plans to open its first clinic in New York City in the next few months. Ambrosia was involved in the first clinical trials in the US that tested the effects of this treatment.

“The trial, which involved giving patients 1.5 liters of plasma from a donor between the ages of 16 and 25 over two days, was conducted with physician David Wright, who owns a private intravenous-therapy center in Monterey, California.

“Before and after the infusions, participants’ blood was tested for a handful of biomarkers, or measurable biological substances and processes that are thought to provide a snapshot of health and disease.”

In the week since the company launched their website, they have already received over 100 calls from people requesting appointments.

During the trials, patients paid $8,000 to be involved and receive the treatment, but the company has clarified that the price the public sees may be much different, even higher, than what the trial participants paid.


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