The World Needs To Change Its Approach On Age-Related Diseases, Jason Hope

Jason Hope, a finance entrepreneur from Arizona feels that something can be done to change how the world of medicine works. He feels that enough hasn’t been done to improve on the research. According to him, although medical researchers are on high alert to combat ailments, there is still also that can be done to alleviate people’s problems especially those that are faced with age-related complications. “Sadly, almost everybody alive is faced with these complications. It is even worse as we age. The possibility getting diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and Atherosclerosis as one ages are almost 100 percent,” said Jason.

In his whole life, Jason Hope has tried everything at his means to empower those that fight age-related complications. He understands that the world will not be absolutely free from such complications but he argues that at least if some efforts are done, we are able to change the status quo. Jason Hope says, “We all want to live longer and healthier lives. While it is not easy to achieve this, it doesn’t mean that we can’t do something. We can. But we need to change our approach to medicine. Sometimes, it is not just about treating but our efforts towards prevention.” These words clearly show that Jason is interested in the way firms and medical research institutions can put more effort into ensuring that the world is free from age-related complications according to azcapitoltimes.com.

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Early Life

Jason Hope was born in Arizona. He grew up here seeing how people, young and old alike battle with the age-related disease. Jason has tried his whole life to change the status quo. He has done this by starting various projects in his community. Most of his projects are geared towards technology as well as giving grants to the needy as well as institutions that work to solve many people’s problems. Jason Hope has a degree in Finance, which he received from Arizona State University.

Recently, Jason announced that he will donate $500,000 to SENS Foundation, a non-profit organization that deals with developing, promoting, and ensuring that the world gets access to rejuvenation biotechnologies that is aimed at addressing age-related complications.

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