Organization Structure

The Society for the Rescue of Our Elders is an informal association, with no funding for full-time employees. If you send us inquires, please be patient with communication delays, as we currently have minimal staff to answer questions. We will send you updates when there are important announcements about upcoming clinical trials, along with results from ongoing studies.

The purpose of the Society for the Rescue of Our Elders is to unite people in ways that will accelerate the availability of rejuvenation technologies to benefit all of humanity, including members of the group. We do not accept donations or investments.

Our private association consists of physicians, scientists, activists, investors, donors, and participants in previous age-reversal initiatives. These individuals share a common desire to rejuvenate aged people.

The Society for Rescue of Our Elders currently consists of a few thousand individuals who have demonstrated their desire to actively participate in advancing human age-reversal studies.

Historic Analogy

The Society for the Rescue of Our Elders is similar to groups formed in the past to advance a science when the medical profession showed little interest.

Below is an excerpt from an article that describes such an association:

“In 1767 a few wealthy and civic-minded citizens in Amsterdam gathered to form the Society for Recovery of Drowned Persons.2 Amsterdam is a city of canals and hence people fell in and drowned. It thus became the birthplace for the teaching and promotion of the resuscitation of dead persons.

Within 4 years of its founding, the society in Amsterdam claimed that 150 persons were saved by their recommendations.3

The Society for Recovery of Drowned Persons introduced scientific principles and techniques, along with ethical changes that started a collective belief that resuscitation of the dead was possible.

Following successes of the Amsterdam society, rescue societies sprang up in most European capitals in the 18th century, all with the goal of finding a way of successfully resuscitating victims of sudden death. Many of these techniques (or variations of them) are used in modern emergency medical practice.”

 

Our private association will seek to rescue aged humans who may not live long enough for rejuvenation therapies to be validated via traditional, multi-year processes. We might save many lives, as did the civic-minded Amsterdam group 250 years ago.

Human Age Reversal - We May Be There Already

Sense of Urgency

Multiple biomedical technologies are emerging that are comparable to the personal computer/communication revolution that arose in the early 1980s.

Our mission is to demonstrate statistically significant human age reversal so that an eruption of charitable and market forces will compete to induce even longer, healthier lifespans.

We live in an era whereby limitations on maximum lifespans are likely to be soon vanquished.

Each day our research is delayed, we grow older and frailer.

There is tremendous urgency to move human rejuvenation projects forward.

Relevant Ben Franklin quote:

“We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately“ . (Relating to signers of the Declaration of Independence.)

Paraphrase of Franklin’s quote relating to age-reversal research today:

We must, indeed, all work together to defeat aging, or, most assuredly, we shall, each alone, be defeated by aging.