Is there any way to get people to stop getting old? If you are like most people, your answer will be no. After all, everyone gets old at some time or another. However, Jason Hope believes that there might be another option.
He is working with the SENS Research Foundation to come up with ways to help reverse and prevent the aging process in us humans. The SENS Foundation is looking at ways biotechnology can go to the root causes of aging and eliminate it.
It is funny how the medical industry has been able to come up with cures and preventions for so many diseases and illnesses. Diseases such as polio which used to frighten entire countries have now been eradicated from the face of the earth. However, there has been no movement to come up with a way to help prevent or eradicate aging. Aging has just been accepted as a normal thing, as something that will never go away and which will always be a part of the human existence.
However, Jason Hope is an entrepreneur who believes that anything is possible. He is able to go against the grain and come up with ideas that nobody has tried before. At the SENS Research Foundation, they are looking at ways biotechnology can help repair the cells in the human body to help make humans young again. If they are successful in their research, a lot of the problems that older people face will be able to be cured.
You see, nobody has a cure for a lot of the problems older people have. Doctors tell them that it is all a part of being old and that there is no way to reverse the aging process. They tell people that although there are ways to make living easier and to cope with their illnesses, they should forget about becoming young again.
The problem is that they never looked at ways to fix the root causes of the aging process. If they only would have thought a little outside of the box, perhaps they would have realized that maybe there is a way to reverse the aging process. Jason Hope believes that anything is possible, which is why he donated five hundred thousand dollars of his own money towards this cause. He has fervent hopes for the success of this project.
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