Despite the internet being packed with remedies for anti-aging purposes, we’re still in need of efforts that scientifically seek to retain youth and slow down aging. Jason Hope is an entrepreneur, who has dedicated his money and influence to SENS foundation to further this cause. SENS is a non-profit foundation formed in 2009. Its objectives are primarily concentrated on tackling age related diseases. Mr. Hope believes in being proactive and wants just as much of time spent on preventing diseases as is spent on treating them. He donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation in 2010, enabling the foundation to build its Cambridge SENS laboratory and pursue its new research initiatives.
The entrepreneur explained it is necessary to advance the medical technology and appreciates that the SENS Foundation is contributing to the medical advancement and research. His future aspirations include seeing physicians being able to cure cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and heart diseases, and his Linkedin.
Being fully on board with his goals, Mr. Hope doesn’t only offer financial help but also assists the SENS foundation in extending its reach to other sources. Since its inception, SENS foundation’s main focal point is rejuvenation biotechnology. Mr. Hope perceives rejuvenation biotechnology as the future of the medical industry. Since youth, as this time, is still considered mortal as aging has been linked to the deterioration of DNA repair machinery, metabolism changes and to many more bodily functions. The SENS Foundation is seeking ways to repair the damage that results from time before diseases even have a chance to develop.
An AGE-breaker program entails a therapy that breaks down advanced glycation end-products. Accumulating within our bodies, AGEs reduce elasticity in our blood vessels and skin. Very little research is being undertaken on this subject, even though AGE-breaker treatments have potential to significantly improve our health, and Jason Hope on Facebook.
Researchers have learned that most AGEs in the human body contain an element called “glucosepane”. This has invited philanthropies to donate to therapies to combat these AGEs. The SENS Foundation’s rejuvenation research also seeks to remove glucosepane from the bodies ultimately.
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Born and raised in Tempe, Arizona, Jason Hope attended Arizona State University. He graduated with a degree in Finance and earned his Master of Business Administration from W.P. Carey School of Business. Jason Hope possesses a great deal of insight into future technological trends. He became popularly known in international business circles as being an expert in all matters of business, not long after graduating. Having a strong passion for philanthropy and scientific research, he donated to the SENS Foundation, and envisions a future of fulfillment. He currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, and continues to extend efforts to institutions that focus on disease cures, disease prevention, scientific research and biotechnology and education. Mr. Hope strongly promotes the idea of seeking education from within and outside classrooms. He has worked with many organizations including the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter, The Andre Agassi Foundation, The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, Family Health International and Worldwide Orphans Foundation.