A study by researchers from Boston University and Tufts Medical Center, published in the journal The Lancet, found that centenarians have unique cells in their immune systems that help their bodies fight more successfully. Enables fighting against disease.
According to the study’s lead author Tanya Karagianis, the research data supports the idea that people aged 100 years or older have protective factors that make it possible to recover from disease in very old age.
115-year-old Maria Brenias Moreira of Spain is currently the oldest person in the world.
According to one of his Twitter posts, his longevity is related to a peaceful and comfortable life along with good luck and good genes.
Study senior author Paula Sebastiani, of Tufts Medical Center, said that observing the immune systems of these older adults confirms their long history of being able to recover from infection. It also supports the idea that people who are 100 years old or older are full of protective factors that enhance the body’s ability to recover from infection.