Member Brief: The Huberman Effect


In 1964, a Canadian-funded expedition led by Montreal physician Stanley Skoryna sailed to Rapa Nui (Easter Island) to conduct an unprecedented ecological survey of its biosphere led to the discovery of rapamycin, launching an enduring field of biomedical research. Known by the science community as a life-altering, life-extending drug, “Rapamycin is the most effective known cancer-preventive agent in mice. It has even been suggested that rapamycin extends lifespan by preventing cancer.” (NLM)

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