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DNA damage at telomeres drives senescence in cardiac cells. Removing senescent cardiac muscle cells from the hearts of aged mice, both genetically and using drugs, reduces hypertrophy and fibrosis in aged hearts and restores cardiac health.
To learn more about what cellular senescence is, what causes it, and how to prevent it check out the podcast with the expert Dr. Judy Campisi.