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Newly Formed Renervee Foundation for Hope’s Board of Governors Meets to Discuss the Future of Affordable Medicine
Date:7/20/2013

ous nutritional deficits that can lead to a wide range of medical conditions. Due to its low cost, this pill is accessible to a low-income recipient and to all families in need that may not be able to afford conventional medical treatment.

The Renervee Foundation for Hope is a not-for-profit organization that specializes in the creation of nonsurgical treatments with low and no cost medical solutions. The foundation is committed to providing medical options to individuals and families in need.

Renervee is a powerful first stride in the campaign to improve the health and well being of the general public. Its Board of Governors includes numerous members of the medical community, with experience that spans a wide range of medical disciplines. By working together, the group hopes to improve the health status of those individuals who have been otherwise neglected by the current medical care infrastructure.

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Front (left to right): Dr. Premela Ninan (Volunteer); Dr. Junhong Cao (Board of Governors); Brocha Kagan P.A (Board of Governors); Dr. Philip George (CEO & Chairman); Sharon Benderly (General Secretary); Rinu Mathews (Board of Governors); Sue Lee (Board of Governors); Dr. Tatyana Gimmelberg (Volunteer).

Back (left to right): Dr. Shyla P. George (Volunteer Secretary); T. Tony Ninan, JD, CFE (Treasurer); Oren Kagan (Volunteer); Dr. Alexander Shalshin (Board of Governors); Issac Benderly (Volunteer); Dr. Amramis Santiago (Board of Governors); Derek Murray (Board of Governors).

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