The idea of curing diseases that cause patients to age faster than normal is of a concern to Jason Hope. It’s such a concern that Mr. Hope has decided to donate $500,000 to the SENS foundation, which specializes in finding cures for aging diseases. Such diseases such as: Alzheimer’s, lung disease and heart disease are of the subject matter. Jason Hope’s donation will specifically have a major impact on the development stages of curing an aging disease called, “Arteriosclerosis”.
Jason Hope? Yes, Jason Hope. What! You don’t know who he is? Are you kidding me!
An entrepreneur and philanthropist out of the Scottsdale, AZ area who is sheerly motivated by his duties of serving his community the best way that he can. Currently, he is recognized throughout Scottsdale for the many grants that he has developed for high school and college kids to support their innovative tech ideas. He is also avid in his writings on the Internet of Things and…ok, yes! that Jason Hope!Jason Hope graduated with a degree in finance from Arizona State University and would also obtain a MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business. His many philanthropist efforts have contributed to education, disease cures, scientific research and biotechnology solutions over the years.
Wow! $500,000! Well, perfect, but what is Arteriosclerosis?
Arteriosclerosis hardens the arteries in the elderly and by doing so it increases blood pressure and causes them to age a lot faster than they normally would. These aging factors affect the eyes and the skin.
Ok, so how will this disease be stopped?
Well, with dedicated related works towards such disease, in due time, a discovery of breaking unwanted molecular bonds will result and the body’s extracellular matrix elasticity will be restored.
Ok, nice, so SNES primary focus is to slow down the aging process as it relates to certain diseases?
SNES was founded out of Mountain View, California in 2009 by Aubrey de Grey, Michael Hope, Jeff Hall, Sarah Marr and Kevin Perrott. Regenerative medicine discoveries for diseases that slows the aging process is the primary target. Jason Hope is in positive spirit that SNES will find a way for us to live forever.Visit Jason Hope’s website for further details on his career and future pursuits within the medical industry.