Jason Hope Brings Hope With Funding for AGE-breakers

Since 2005 there’s been much news about the scientific community turned its attention to fight the battle against aging. Aging is now seen as a medical issue to be overcome and no longer as a significant step toward maturity or one of the first stages fo retirement.

Jason Hope has had strong ties with Aubrey DeGrey and the SENS Foundation and has given generously to the cause to help biomedical researchers find ways in which the aging process can be slowed down and allow mature individuals to reap more productive and happy years to life’s term.

Jason Hope has been a successful software developer and programmer and the founder of JAWA and made his success in Mobile Communications Technology, specifically Mobile text messaging. He has a portfolio of companies which he oversees from his home in Tempe, Arizona. One of the essential passions of Jason Hope is using the profits made from his Mobile businesses to fund other philanthropic efforts.

In 2010 he made a significant investment in the Aubrey DeGrey SENS Foundation of $500,000. Since 2010 he continues to show his belief and support of the work the SENS Foundation carries out. Jason Hope sees the work of Regenerative Therapies, finding cures for Parkinson’s Disease and other ailments that are associated with aging as a worthwhile cause for his philanthropic contributions. Jason Hope has a firm belief in preventative medicines. While there is considerable research being done to find cures for diseases he feels more research should be directed toward the prevention of these diseases. Jason Hope’s most recent effort has been directed toward funding the development of AGE-breakers, which are treatments which waste products that build upon skin tissues as age progresses.

These degradations of skin and muscle also affect the blood vessels and multiple other symptoms associated with the aging process. Jason Hope, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page, Peter Thiel are among many successful Entrepreneurs that are using their philanthropic efforts to fund the biomedical anti-aging research and cures.

Jason Hope received his Bachelors and Master’s degree in Business from Arizona State University.

Jason Hope’s  Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/public/Jason-Hope

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