Aging is a natural phenomenon that we have to live with all. This has so far been the reality of the matter. There is little that has happened to change this fact, but there is hope that we could soon have a solution to such things. Aging might not be the problem we think it is in the future. Human beings are likely to have a different approach when it comes to dealing with aging because we are headed to a time when a drug will be used to reduce all the effects of aging. Human beings will be able to counter all the adverse effects of aging. As we all know, aging normally comes with old age diseases. As we grow old, we tend to develop illnesses which were not part of us at a young age. You will see old people developing Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s disease.
Old age diseases can be combated according to Jason Hope, a futurist and a tech entrepreneur in Arizona. Jason Hope believes that there is hope of an anti-aging drug if the work of an organization known as SENS Research Foundation is anything to go by. This organization has in the past one decade been carrying out research work to try and come up with a drug that will slow down or stop the aging process in human beings. Jason Hope believes in this research because of the potential it has in solving not just this aging problem but the whole approach to the treatment of human diseases.
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An anti-aging dug is expected to be a drug that will reverse the damage done by the aging causing substance in the body. If the human body can rebuild tissues that have been damaged as a result of aging, then, this is going to be one of the key areas that will bring changes in the whole approach of treatment.
The research that is being carried out by SENS Research Foundation is aimed at coming up with a drug they call the AGE-Breaker. This is a drug that will stop adverse effects of aging. Jason hope has supported this organization by giving them $500,000 for research.
Check more about Jason Hope: http://bitsylink.com/2018/07/02/scottsdale-philanthropist-jason-hope-helps-pioneering-nonprofit-fight-aging/