The Future Of Anti-Aging Research: Jason Hope

Jason Hope is a native to the state of Arizona. In the state of Arizona, he has built himself a reputation for being one of the most successful entrepreneurs and plagiarists in the region. Today he has helped to support the development of several new technologies by supporting various research organizations that are fighting the disease of aging. In fact, in 2010 Jason Hope donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation. This foundation is dedicated to the discovery of new techniques and technologies that will limit the diseases of aging from hampering our lives. The organization believes that with the advent of new research that an individual’s lifespan may be extended to be in excess of 1000 years in the near future.

Jason Hope has close ties with the organization’s chief science officer Aubrey de Grey, and together they have targeted several cellular mechanisms that they believe are responsible for aging. For example, they have discussed strategies that are related to the improvement of the health of mitochondria. Mitochondria are one of the organelles found within cells that are responsible for providing organisms with energy.

Most recently there has been significant advancements in the understanding of chromosomes. At the end of chromosomes, telomerase protects them from unraveling. However, over time telomerase is broken down. The breaking down of telomerase is believed to be one of the principal causes of aging. There have been several studies which indicate that if telomerase is elongated, it will extend an organism’s lifespan exponentially and incredibly slow the process of aging. Not only that but it can also decrease the damages that are caused by oxidative stress and lower the risk of multiple conditions which are associated with chronic inflammation.

Chronic information is associated with a number of degenerative neuro- diseases. As cells age, they naturally produce inflammatory compounds. Over time these inflammatory compounds can accumulate to toxic levels. The toxic levels of these inflammatory compounds or one of the chief reasons behind diseases such as dementia. The SENS Foundation is working to discover ways in which that aging cells may be removed from the body in order to reduce the effects of information. By developing these medications that will remove damaged cells from the body not only, will inflammatory compounds be removed but healthy cells will be able to receive additional nutrition which in effect will increase an individual’s lifespan and to decrease the level of inflammation in an organism.

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