Jason Hope is an entrepreneur focusing on higher learning, curing diseases, and biotechnology.

Biotechnology are programs designed to develop products intended to improve the reduction of aging. Jason Hope is looking to take a more proactive approach to reverse aging rather than taking a reactive approach. Jason Hope is a firm supporter of higher learning programs that substantiate learning in both inside and outside of the classroom. Visit his facebook to learn more about his platforms.

Doctors, as well as others serving in the medical field, is treating elderly patients with several diseases responsible for aging. Below are two diseases commonly known to advance aging.

  1. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder. Since there is no cure, it can mean a lifetime of damage that can end with a person’s inability to perform basic functions.
  2. Diabetes is a disease in which your body does not use or produce insulin. A lack of insulin in the body will produce a chemical reaction known as Glycation. Glycation is when sugars attach to proteins causing aging to the skin.

The scientific community recognizes the role of rejuvenation biotechnologies in dealing with age-related diseases. For instance, the hardening of arteries is one of the main reasons for high blood pressure in elderly people; which intensifies aging within diseases like diabetes. Jason Hope and other supporters share a desire to work with the SENS Research Foundation; which in turn believes science can develop an effective form of medicine capable of reducing the aging process.

Jason Hope partnered with SENS Research Foundation in 2010 because of their unwavering commitment to reducing aging using regenerative medicine. With certainty, the SENS Research Foundation is confident they can reduce the damages to the body’s tissues, cells, and molecules. The SENS Research Foundation has an advancement program known as AGE-breaker. AGE-breaker is a powerful formula designed to reduce the aging effect on skin elasticity.

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