Jason Hope’s Vision for the End of Aging

Jason Hope is a very successful businessman. Since his graduation from ASU with an MBA Hope has grown into a top-level entrepreneur. He is sought after by many for his expertise in various aspects of business. This is only one side to Hope, who also wears the mantle of investor, philanthropists, and avid futurist. Futurists are individuals interested in the future, and the impact the present has on it. Many watch current trends and make predictions, others do their part to bring their vision into fruition. Jason Hope has a vison for the future, the end of aging, and he is investing in that vision to ensure it becomes a reality.

In 2010 Hope donated half-a-million dollars to the SENS Research Foundation, an organization at the forefront of rejuvenation technology. Hope stated that his investment was made because of SENS approach to anti-aging. The company looks to stop the processes within the body that cause it to break down. Such processes, like the build-up of advanced glycation, or AGE- waste, is responsible for the body aging and becoming vulnerable to serious illnesses. Finding the cause of what makes people age-faster is revolutionary, and Hope is a huge supporter. His problem with traditional medicine is it only offers treatment, in SENS Hope sees cure. In addition to providing funding faithfully, Hope is also a spokesman for the company, representing in numerous social outings. Entrepreneur Jason Hope Invests in Research Against Aging

According to Jason Hope rejuvenation technology is the end of aging. SENS AGE-breaker research is proof enough of that. If the processes that create aging in the body can be reversed, slowed, or shut down, then individuals will enjoy a longer more fruitful life. Many speculate that investors like Hope want to live forever, and for many that is true, but at the end of the day it is also about improving the quality of life for all people. For Hope, that is what he wants to see in the future.

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