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Date:5/4/2010

ns are routinely using the technique in their daily practice in Europe and South America, says Singer, but here in the US only a few key centers are publishing but new areas such as wound care are opening up”. With key new provisions in the healthcare reform bill requiring comparative effectiveness and payment for progress the technology has the potential to become the new standard as it is objective, individualized and provides better information sooner. “The electrical illustration of cell membranes occurs at an earlier level of physiology than current studies such as blood chemistries and cell counts, imaging techniques such as x-ray, CT scans and MRI and especially physical examinations. It’s like look farther up the road to see traffic from afar when planning to cross the street, says Singer, as the usual test and exams are after-effects of what happens in the cells.”

The Company is focusing much of its efforts in cancer patients as there are so many areas to benefit the patients, families and physicians there. Several publications consider patient mortality while others are now focusing on measuring treatment effects.

Chief Scientific Officer of the Company, Henry C. Lukaski, PhD adds; “The use of a phase-sensitive device designed to measure resistance and reactance at 50 kHz affords the physician and patient unique information to assess status and monitor treatments while affording the highest levels of safety and practicality. These advantages provide a novel tool to assist in patient care.”

Clinical Doctor of Pharmacy, John D. Kutzko, Pharm D, the company’s second-in-command and co-inventor of some of the technologies adds; “at a time when the cost of medications to treat chronic diseases have skyrocketed and financial resources are dwindling our team has dedicated the better part of our lives to improving patient outcomes by providing a means to determine if these expensive medicati
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