Dr. William G. Sturrus, Chair of the Physics, Astronomy, Geology and Earth Sciences Department at Youngstown State University, who is overseeing YSU's eradication testing exclaimed, "Through our earlier, carefully constructed experimentations, we determined the correct combination of factors that can now be replicated to eliminate this target disease antigen from test fluid.
The fluid is treated with a specific antibody conjoined to appropriately sized metallic nanoparticles. The antibody is designed with a strong affinity for the disease antigen and attaches itself to the target antigen. The conjoined nanoparticle/antibody/antigen is then exposed to a programed burst of the proper laser light frequency. The laser light excites the nanoparticles, thus generating a sufficient level of heat to destroy the target disease antigen, resulting in elimination of the disease pathogen."
William A. Hartman, Halberd Corporation's Chairman, President & CEO, stated, "We are beyond ecstatic with the demonstrated elimination of the Alzheimer's Disease target antigen in our testing to date, thus establishing proof-of-concept! Inasmuch as our testing has successfully determined the critical control variables and application sequences, we believe that we will be successful in eliminating the remaining Alzheimer's Disease-related antigens and inflammatory cytokines in the laboratory.
At the conclusion of the interim tests with the inflammatory cytokines, IL-6 and TNF-alpha, which are the principal causal factors of PTSD and CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), we plan to further our discussions with the military and various sports organizations regarding our findings, and offer them the opportunity to participate in the advancement of this promising technology."
Hartman continued, "Following the conclusion of all related laboratory experiments, we plan to initiate in-vivo animal tests. Our progress in this regard will be published in subsequent press releases as well as our quarterly CEO Newsletter."
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