Aging is a natural process that occurs to every human being. No matter who you are, aging is mandatory. Aging comes with its challenges. Health deteriorates, and it becomes almost impossible to do the things we used to do while we were young. Old age diseases is another challenge that comes along with aging. Due to the weakness of the body, it becomes susceptible to diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes among others. These are diseases that normally to do not affect young people. Visit on his twitter for more updates.
Is there a solution for aging?
There is no solution yet to the aging. It is a process that we have to accept. However, efforts are being undertaken to have a solution in the quickest time possible. An anti-aging drug is a solution that will eliminate all the challenges that come with aging. Old age diseases can be done away with by developing a drug that will reverse the effects of aging.
An anti-aging drug will rebuild body tissues and cells which have been destroyed by the aging causing substance. The good thing about an anti-aging drug is that it addresses the core cause of diseases. It does not deal with prevention as many of the drugs we have today. Addressing the root-cause of aging is the best solution.
About Jason Hope
Jason Hope is a philanthropist who is leading research on an anti-aging drug. The Arizona based entrepreneur is interested in an anti-aging drug because it will alleviate some key health problems that humans face. It is a drug that will change the whole approach to treatment. There will definitely be great benefits that will be achieved by an anti-aging drug.
Jason Hope is not a scientist or biotechnology expert. His work is to support the initiative which was established by a non-profit organization based in Cambridge known as the SENS Research Foundation. Jason Hope has given this organization $500,000 to build labs and engage in research work.
Education and Business
Jason Hope holds an MBA from W.P Carey School of Business at the Arizona State University. He once owned a mobile technology company which he later sold for a hefty price.