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The controversial tech millionaire obsessed with anti-aging is undergoing $25K gene therapy not approved by the FDA

Tech millionaire Bryan Johnson is undergoing an expensive gene therapy treatment called follistatin, which he claims will reverse his biological age. The therapy, which costs $25,000 per treatment, is not FDA-approved. Johnson is known for his dedication to anti-aging efforts, spending around $2 million annually on various treatments. Follistatin is a protein that is said to increase muscle mass and reduce inflammation, but its effectiveness is still debated. The biotech startup Minicircle, backed by Peter Thiel and Sam Altman, offers the therapy to Johnson.

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