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  • Olay discovers an anti-ageing gene
  • Olay discovers an anti-ageing gene
    Perdo Rimeiro Simoes (2011) ©
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Olay discovers an anti-ageing gene

We’ve all met women that never seem to age. Is it because of good genes? Is it because they don’t smoke? Or because they sleep more? Harvard University, Olay and 23andMe have collaborated on a body of research to find the secret of everlasting youth – for the skin, at least.

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