Any effort based on anti-aging will also have a myriad of ancillary benefits because anti-aging research and advancement has to do with amelioration of cellular damage as means to slow aging and to eventually cure many diseases. Biotechnology is a very exciting space relative to fixing the human body by looking at advancing regenerative therapies.
In fact, Jason Hope, entrepreneur and financier, donated $500,000 to the SENS Research Foundation providing them with the funds to create the Cambrindge SENS lab, which is making strides in how glycation affects human tissues. This was, almost a decade ago, and Jason Hope’s interest in funding a cause looking to thwart degenerative processes remains front-and-center for this philanthropist.
Several years later, Jason Hope still remains perfectly concerned with anti-aging research. When we think of anti-aging, many will reflect on how to stop the process of skin wrinkling and other aesthetically-driven concerns. Anti-aging, however, has to do with cellular aging. AGE, a byproduct of glycation, is leading science down the path of recognizing it as the culprit which leads to skin breakdown. There is only one AGE that is found in human beings, and that is called glucosepane.
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The money Jason Hope has given to anti-aging research efforts will eventually save billions in treatment of squarely degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and cancer as his funds are used to uncover more about glucosepane. All of these diseases could be stopped in their tracks as this path of research uncovers more and more information as to how it is causing degeneration in our cells.
Jason Hope, born in Tempe, Arizona, and a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in finance, went on to get his MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business. Shortly after graduation, he was well on his way to achieving great success, and he has gone on to share the monetary byproduct of that success with those who do biotech research in the anti-aging space. He has been focused on this type of research for many years now, sharing his wealth with those that can find out more about what is causing the terminal illnesses that are wiping out millions of people and costing billions of dollars ,all because of cellular degeneration.
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