Jason Hope has decided to donate 500,000 in support of the SENS foundation’s efforts to cure the variety of diseases responsible for causing people to age much faster than normal. Diseases such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease and lung disease are a few diseases in which affects aging, but with this donation, the SENS foundation is specifically funding their efforts to work diligently on the progress of curing Arteriosclerosis.
Arteriosclerosis is a disease that hardens the arteries, causing an increase in blood pressure in the elderly that in turn causes aging factors. Molecular bonds of proteins, which holds the artery in place, at times, may not want to bond, but they bond anyways. In turn, this bond causes the body to malfunction to result in eye problems and skin aging.
Jason Hope’s donation will fund work that allows discoveries of breaking unwanted molecular bonds so that the body’s extracellular matrix is restored of its elasticity.
Who is Jason Hope?
Well, he is an amazing entrepreneur and philanthropist out of Scottsdale, AZ who is driven by his passion of helping his community. He started a mobile communication company that would succeed in great measures over the years. Currently – if you live in the Scottsdale, AZ area – you can easily discover the talk regarding Jason hope’s avid efforts in developing grants for high school and college kids to support their innovative tech ideas. Grants are issued in the amount of $500 – $5000. All of his philanthropist efforts are under categories related to education, disease cures, biotechnology and scientific research.
Organizations in which Jason Hope has worked with includes, but not limited to: the Boys & Girls Club, The Tony Hawk Foundation, The Andre Agassi Foundation, Family Health International, Teach for America Phoenix, T Gen Foundation, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter and many others as well. Jason is currently a member of the Director’s Circle of the Arizona Science Center.
What is the SNES foundation?
Well, it’s a non-profit organization founded by Aubrey de Grey, Michael Kope, Jeff Hall, Sarah Marr and Kevin Perrott out of Mountain View, California. Its business includes that of research programs geared towards regenerative medicine for slowing the aging process, especially due to diseases. The foundation was launched in 2009.
Jason Hope hopes that one day we can all live forever. And through SENS, he is confident that one day the foundation will figure out a way to make such thing happen. As for now, anti-aging medicines is the focus of the SNES foundation and Jason Hope’s support is there 100 percent.
Jason Hope’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/public/Jason-Hope