These kinds of results are obviously going the make a deep impact on medicine. In fact, not only will they advance research into aging but as Elly Kleinman tweeted they could also help in creating new cells that could replace damaged tissues or organs. Findings of this proportion could potentially address major problems in several fields. People worldwide are eager to discover how this can affect the way our brains age, and hopefully bring some new perspective in the fight against Alzheimer’s and other brain related diseases. The reason why there hasn’t been any significant progress made in this field is because of the so many unknown factors.