Jason Hope, a well respected Arizona Entrepreneur,is known for his persistence and determination. When he decides to pursue something, it often becomes more of a passion than a business interest. A native Arizonan, Jason was born and raised in Tempe, AZ. and he received his Bachelor’s Degree and his Master’s Degree from Arizona State University. Soon after completing his education, Jason used enthusiasm and high energy to make a mark for himself in the business community. He no longer lives in his hometown of Tempe, but he hasn’t wandered far. Nearby Scottsdale is where he hangs his hat these days.
Jason Hope has many interests, but one of his primary ones involves anti-aging research. Those unfamiliar with the topic may wonder if this has to do with reconstructive surgery or the sale of rejuvenating face creams. The type of research Mr. Long and the LENS institute promote involves a wide array of treatment possibilities for a wide array of disorders. It has more to do with living well for a good long while rather than waiting for a diagnosis and then beginning treatment once a disease has progressed.
In 2010, Jason hope donated $500,00 to the SENS Foundation. The primary goal of this non-profit organization is to further research that promotes anti-aging. Mr. Long has indicated that what he likes about this foundation is their focus on prevention combined with their willingness to take a less mainstream approach.
John Hope says that prevention is an essential tool to increase quality of life along with longevity. The foundation is dedicated to designing and accelerating availability of medications that can serve many medical conditions and contributed to a longer, healthier life. Jason Hope is a proactive man who takes a proactive approach to business and to life. He understands that prevention is the key to staying healthy.
The generous gift donated by Jason Hope opened important, new avenues to physicians, scientists, and others in the medical research field. The Cambridge Sens Laboratory is home to a new research project designed to seek and develop new treatments for anti-aging issues. Modern Medicine has long leaned towards spending research dollars on treatment rather than prevention. It has taken many years for the medical world to look forward in such a way. Perhaps technology has allowed us more time to contemplate the concept of prevention. Still, prevention research requires money. Thanks to open minded thinkers like Jason Hope, we can all have a little greater optimism about what the future holds for our health.
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