It is common that every person is always focusing on keeping their body healthy therefore various discoveries in the medical field have been made so as to keep the community healthy. However, there is one inescapable condition which doesn’t click in the mind of many which are the aging condition. Well this being a natural condition many people tend not to fight it and consider it as something that one cannot avoid. The condition becomes even more complicated when various diseases come as the immune system collapses.
The health care system in our modern society is mostly focused on treating a condition rather than preventing it. That’s why many aging individuals become constant in health centers to maintain their health because the core root of the condition was never treated. There are common diseases associated with old age which if not treated early may become a threat to many. Some of them include arthritis, hypertension, diabetes, cancer and even osteoporosis. However, all these conditions can be eliminated or their chances of happening can be reduced. That’s sounds unbelievable but Jason Hope who is a philanthropist and an entrepreneur in Arizona is behind the move.
Jason Hope is steering the move of slowing down and even reversing the aging process by donating his funds to various healthcare organizations that are collaborating to bring this approach into the light. He has supported SENS Foundation for years which help many access biotechnologies that would reduce or eliminate totally the diseases associated with aging. SENS Foundation is one of the well-known for being on the forefront in using biotechnology in improving the human life.
SENS Foundation was founded in March 2009 and has been investing heavily in research programs meant to combat aging and diseases related to old age. The overall mission of this Foundation is to transform the way research is done and to treat all the age-related diseases. SENS approach is to repair cells within the body so as to prevent or slow down aging.
Jason Hope’s donations help in developing AGE-breakers which eliminates glycation end products which usually form in the skin of an individual as their age progresses making veins and even skin becoming more flexible. Jason’s donations have helped in establishing laboratories at Cambridge University in the UK. He attended State University for financial classes and later got his Master in Business Administration and started various technology-related companies where he prospered greatly. He is a consultant to businesses in the place of his residence which is Scottsdale.
Jason Hope’s Social Media: twitter.com/jasonhope