In this article researchers were able to design a peptide to target senescent cells in mice. This resulted in a restoration of stamina, fur density, and improved kidney function in naturally aged mice and fast aging mice. The peptide works by blocking a protein for senescence. The interference results in cell apoptosis in staying younger longer. This could possibly lead to anti-aging medication. In a couple of years the average human life expectancy could possibly be doubled. It's an interesting concept to think about.