Jason Hope: A Humanity That Defies Death

As a graduate from Arizona State Universal, Jason Hope has donated millions of dollars towards the SENS Research Foundation. His first contributions were in 2010, a year shy of the organization’s formation, in the amount of $500,000. His donation helped SENS to open a facility to house their research, which has led to many breakthroughs since.

One of SENS co-founders, Aubrey de Grey, is also the Chief Science Officer as well as editor-in-chief for the Rejuvenation academic research journal. He and Jason Hope can be considered closely tied as Hope contributed to SENS over the years, with a deep belief in their mission.

Jason Hope’s most endearing qualities is his desire to promote the well-being of humanity, and his interest in SENS lays in their mission to find a cure to aging and the disease that are a result of the process on the human body. They operate under the belief that by studying diseases like Cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s, they can develop treatments to reverse their effects on the body. Ultimately, of course, they wish to eliminate these sort of diseases altogether, and donations like that if Jason Hope aid greatly.

With the idea that medicines today only treat many of the diseases brought on by age, the development of cures that don’t exist will drive humanity to defy death like never before. Rewriting what it means to be human as SENS stands for Strategies for Engineering Negligible Senescence. Ways that we can engineering treatment that allow humans to love in a way where death is not determined by age or disease.

It sounds like something stripped from the pages of science fictions, but thanks to men like Jason Hope and Audrey de Grey, science fiction in this case will be science fact. It’s only a matter of time before their vision becomes a reality as they remain unimpeded in their filed of research with donations like that of Jason Hope. Rejuvenation Biotechnology will become one of the latest disciplines of the modern age that has the capability of enhancing our civilization far beyond the next 100 years.

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