Dog Aging Project founders on what lies ahead after losing funding

The Dog Aging Project, which researches the aging process of almost 50,000 companion dogs, is at risk after losing funding from the National Institute on Aging. However, the co-founders are not giving up and plan to resubmit for funding, while also striving to get donations for their nonprofit Dog Aging Institute. They have received small donations and are hoping for larger donors. They have already made significant contributions to scientific literature and completed a clinical trial of a drug called rapamycin. They are looking ahead optimistically and see this funding challenge as an opportunity to establish an institute for long-term, risky projects.

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