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The Canadian Foundation for Global Health Announces a Research and Development Partnership with Medizone International, Inc.
Date:2/18/2009

OTTAWA, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- It was announced today that Medizone International's (Pink Sheets: MZEI) AsepticSure(TM) hospital sterilization system is being developed under the direction of Dr. Michael E. Shannon of the Canadian Foundation for Global Health. Dr. Shannon was recently appointed President of the Canadian Foundation for Global Health. He also serves as a board member of Medizone International and is the Company's Director of Medical Affairs.

The Medizone AsepticSure(TM) system is described as a portable decontamination and sterilization system for hospitals, government buildings, schools and other functionally critical environments that might currently require, or need to be prepared for, countermeasures capability from contamination by infectious biological agents such as C difficile, E coli, Pseudomonas aeruginous, MRSA and VRE. The AsepticSure(TM) system is designed to sterilize the space and then return it to full service in two hours or less.

Dr. Shannon stated that "this research partnership is the first for the Foundation and he expects that it will establish a model for other projects in the future. Presently, the Foundation is fully occupied in developing this sterilization program. We are currently identifying principal investigators as well as a suitable research institution at which we plan to focus most of our microbiology for this exciting project. Our intention is to begin independent university trials in the spring with the goal of validating the effectiveness of our new system across a broad range of bacterial and viral pathogens. This will be quickly followed by actual hospital beta testing to confirm the practicability of our decontamination protocols. Based upon innovative new engineering approaches, we remain confident that this research will reliably demonstrate 5 log reductions for most, if not all, of these often fatal bacteria. The implications of suc
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