MonthDecember 2017

Jason Hope : Hope For The Future of Anti-Aging And Alzheimer’s Disease

Jason Hope is a philanthropist working with the SENS Foundation, which is a not-for-profit organization focusing on aged-related diseases. Educated at Arizona State University, Hope received an undergraduate degree in Finance and then proceeded to earn his MBA. He continued on to use Jason Hope’s acquired skills to become an Internet entrepreneur based out of Arizona.

The SENS Foundation and Hope, believe that proactive medicine is one key in age-related illnesses. The foundation excels in the use of biotechnology rejuvenation. This style of research focuses mainly on age-related disease such as Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes, other age-related disease can be cancer, cataratas, arthritis, and high blood pressure.

SENS and Jason Hope combines forces in 2010. He showed how powerfully he believes in the organization by donating $500,000 towards the cause. Due to Hope’s contribution SENS was able to create the laboratory in Cambridge, where new innovations and research continues today. The partnership has been so successful the he’s donated over $1 million to the advancment of proactive anti-aging cures and treatments.

Between the foundation and supporters like Hope, they all understand and strive for the creation of new treatmens that will change the way humankind looks at the conditions of aging, healthcare of the aging population, medicine and biotechnology.

The Chief Science Officer behind the SENS Foundation is Aubrey de Grey, Ph.D., a scientist specializing in the aging process. Grey and Hope, along with Peter Thiel and others, do not follow the rules set by past sciences concerning the processes of aging. They prefer to challenge beliefs and blaze new pathways for the future and do not see why humans cannot live comfortably to the ripe old age of 1,000 years old.

Hope understands, supports, and believes in the future of rejuvenation biotechnology and the incredible impact it will have on the future. This advanced research is focused on proactive prevention versus treatment after signs and symptoms of the aging disease become present. Prevention will inevitably cause a better standard of living and a more robust and longer life.

Jason Hope knows his involvement will help bring changes to age-related conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, for the betterment of mankind and looks forward to seeing the changes hopefully in the near future.

Learn More: www.linkedin.com/in/jasonrhope

Enhanced Public Safety by Securus Technologies

Securus Technologies has been at the forefront when it comes to sustained public safety in correctional facilities. Founded in 1986, the Dallas based company has a workforce of more than 1000 personnel, well equipped with modern technological knowledge and skills to foster public safety in an effective manner.

 

The company also has several regional offices, fully designed to foster change and offer justice efficiently. Securus has incorporated high end technology to ensure safety in public spaces. Of key beneficiaries are correctional facilities that are mandated with instigating positive change among the inmates.

 

We offer technological head way to civil and criminal misconducts in facilities to ensure safety. In addition, we are able to conduct successful investigations through the use of our technology and ensure proper monitoring and correction is done. This is made possible by the state of the art products and services that we develop on regular basis as explained by the CEO, Richard A. Smith.

 

Our innovative work enables the law enforcers and officials working in correction facilities to not only prevent wrong doings but also to unravel various crimes taking place as soon as possible. To keep us at the head of the game, Securus Technologies encourages and accepts comments from the officials and personalities using the services.

 

The feedback is received through emails and letters in large numbers, detailing the effect and impact of the products and technological services in use. The feedback also details possible ways in which improvements can be done. With safety as a key component of our work, we strive to ensure measurable and positive outcome not only to the inmates, but also to their families and parolees.

 

This therefore calls for a lot of dedication and investment. In 2016, we had put approximately $600 million to developing the technology in use, securing of patents and ensuring guided acquisitions are done.

 

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