An unfortunate truth about life in today’s world is that a laundry list of disease and conditions are suffered by its inhabitants. The conditions can range from issues that are minor in nature to life-threatening situations that can negatively affect a community at large. But as entrepreneur Jason Hope informs all there is one condition related to health that no person on earth can avoid: Aging.
For most of human existence, aging has been seen as a simple, unavoidable fact of life that all will endure regardless of living there lives in a healthy manner. It is expected that with the advancing of years that individuals will start to find that their bones grow weaker, their skin turns wrinkled, and there is an overall decrease in an ability to enjoy the pleasures of life.
If that is not enough to cause most individuals to abhor the thought of growing older there is also the promise that diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, and cancer are more likely to affect them with age. Another unfortunate truth for sufferers of these conditions and others is that modern health care gears its efforts only to treat these conditions and never to prevent them.
But as the name might suggest, Jason Hope is firmly convinced that there is hope for a much better alternative and donates his own money to organizations that are working toward finding solutions that slow and even reverse the process of aging. And in this way, Jason Hope seeks to help individuals have more time on this earth and find relief from age-related illnesses.
One foundation to which Jason Hope is a major contributor is the SENS Foundation which seeks to provide the public with access to technological advances that can work to counteract the aging process and prevent the accompanying illnesses.
The SENS Foundation makes use of biotechnology to discover new ways to approach the disease prevention and treatment. Upgrading methods of agriculture, producing healthier foods, and furthering understanding in regards to the relationship between medicines and disease, are all issues that fall under the biotechnology umbrella.
The SENS Research Foundation was founded in 2009 and spends its resources to research advancements in the prevention of aging and affecting the public perception of the matter so that attention can shift toward revolutionary change regarding the issue.
Jason Hope has supported the SENS Research Foundation with an initial investment of $500,000 and has never wavered in his commitment to the group and its vision.
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