Despite aging being a biological factor, no one wants to age quickly. Jason hope has been in the anti-aging industry for some time. Jason has partnered with a dedicated anti-aging advocate Aubrey de Grey. Aubrey is the chief science officer and founder of SENS Research Foundation. This is an organization that focuses on the innovation of regenerative medicine to treat the damages associated with aging-related diseases.
To bring people on board, the organization usually host rejuvenation biotechnology conference. The conferences invite various stakeholders including scientists who create drugs that hinder aging-related diseases. Those who attended recent conference are researching to come up with therapies for diseases such as cancer, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s. These are the conditions that Jason hope is determined to eradicate.
To demonstrate his passion for eradicating age-related diseases, Jason hope donated $500,000 to the organization. The funds were used to build a science laboratory which is known as the Cambridge SENS laboratory. The organization started research program to combat degenerative effects that speed up aging.
The new laboratory has enabled scientist to make huge strides in their research journey. The laboratory is determined to innovate “age breaker” drugs. An “age breaker” drug should have the capabilities to “break down advanced glycation end products.” “Advanced glycation end products” are waste products produced naturally by the body. When metabolic waste is allowed to accumulate in the body, it leads to degeneration. This causes the blood vessels and skin to lose elasticity. The products also expose the body to severe diseases.
According to Jason hope, researchers have narrowed down the whole problem to a single issue. Researchers have found that humans have only one AGE called glucosepane. This is easy to study protein. The researcher’s primary goal is to remove AGE before they can cause advance effects which lead to age-related diseases.
Rejuvenation research will also have an impact on the cosmetic industry. If researchers get a solution to do away with glucosepane, people will have more quality life. The philanthropist and scientist Jason hope was born in Tempe. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University Arizona state university. To quench his thirst for education, he joined W.P Carley school of business where he graduated with an MBA.
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