Jason Hope: Arizona Philanthropist

Arizona native Jason Hope has dedicated his life to many worthy causes including the Internet of Things and anti-aging research. He received an undergrad degree in finance from Arizona State University, and a MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. Now based out of Scottsdale, AZ, Jason hope is an entrepreneur with a cause. His dedication to philanthropy focuses on education, disease cure, scientific research and biotechnology. He’s worked with the Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Phoenix, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter, The Tony Hawk Foundation, Teach for America Phoenix, and the Arizona Science Center where he is a member of the Director’s Circle. His focus has now become technological advancements in medicine (biotechnology.)

Traditional medicine focuses on repairing the damage after it’s done. Hope believes that we need to move away from reactionary medicine and forward to removing the causation of most diseases like Alzheimer’s or even cancer. As the body ages, it breaks down on a cellular level making the invasion of body altering conditions possible. What if we never grew old? Anti-aging research isn’t about living forever; it is about removing the causation of most devastating diseases. Jason Hope Helps Push Anti-Aging Efforts Forward

Donating $500 thousand to the SENS research foundation, Jason Hope has made it possible for America’s leading scientists to get one step closer to ending the negative effects of aging. Dr. Aubrey de Grey’s Rejuvenation biotechnologies have now been given the opportunity to grow and made available to those less fortunate. Their hope is an eventual redefinition of the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries. Specifically Dr. Grey will be applying Jason Hope’s donation to the science of studying Arteriosclerosis or a hardening of the arteries. This disease is the main cause of hypertension in the elderly which can complicate other diseases like diabetes. The same process that causes arteriosclerosis can cause presbyopia (farsightedness.) Jason Hope’s Hard Line Stance on the Internet of Things

More than just a philanthropist, Jason Hope is making it possible for the future to be now.

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