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Veteran-Owned Biotech Startup Company Charges Health Agency (NYSDOH) with Blackballing its Initiatives
Date:5/12/2009

NEW YORK, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- A U.S. company registered by the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Center for Veterans Enterprise as a veteran-run business filed complaints with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and with NYS Governor David A. Paterson, alleging discriminatory practices by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH).

"Fortunately, the VA has programs for the support of veteran-owned enterprises, and I am grateful for them," said Gerard Sunnen, MD, president of Ozonics International, a startup company engaged in the research and development of proprietary biotechnologies, adding, "the DOH, known for its hyperconservatism, has long had an adversarial relationship with complementary medicine research and practice; but here, there is such an extreme pattern that the very success of Ozonics is in the balance." Dr. Sunnen reports that the DOH abuses its power by freely dispensing information that is false and clearly defamatory to Ozonics, thus severely compromising its commercial initiatives.

Information about the DOH's actions is found in press and Internet releases entitled "New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) stops a world-first U.S.-Egyptian collaborative study on hepatitis C and blood ozonation." This contracted study aimed to investigate the stimulating effects on the immune system of minuscule doses of ozone administered to blood, as reported by researchers in Italy, Germany, Russia, and Japan. Such immune enhancement is said to lead to viral load reduction and to the normalization of liver enzyme levels. Dr. Sunnen added, "This study carried special significance for Egypt which is overwhelmed with the highest prevalence of hepatitis C in the world. Furthermore, the fruits of this landmark research would have immediately transferred to hepatitis C sufferers in the U.S., including the one million or so veterans so afflicted."

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