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Aethlon Medical (AEMD) Note: Since September 30th, 2011 / Thank You Shareholders
Date:2/5/2013

res to be electronically traded on the DTC system. Thus, signaling the end of a lengthy and disheartening challenge faced by our organization.

While we cannot measure the full impact the DTC Chill, I ask you to consider some of our milestone achievements since September 30th, 2011. Milestone achievements that many biotechnology or medical device organizations would envy.

On the day (yes, the exact same day) the DTC Chill went into effect, we transitioned from a development-stage to revenue-stage organization as the result of a $6.8 Department of Defense (DOD) contract award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).  Since contract initiation, we have generated in excess of $2 million in revenues and have advanced the development of a device and blood processing system to combat sepsis.  

Related to our DARPA program, we teamed with two larger industry organizations to respond to a $25 million systems integrator contract opportunity.  The recipient of this contract has not yet been announced by DARPA.

We reported our first Hepatitis-C (HCV) efficacy data related to the use of our Hemopurifier® as an adjunct to optimize the benefit of standard of care drug therapy.  The results exceeded expectations as a three-treatment Hemopurifier® protocol was demonstrated to reduce viral load to undetectable levels in as little as seven days.  Since September 30th, 2011, organizations with clinical stage adjunct therapies have been acquired for a much as $11 Billion.

Based on prior discussions with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), we established a protocol to elute the post-treatment biological fluid from the Hemopurifier® as a means to quantify HCV capture.  The result established an unprecedented data point validating the capture of up to 300 billion copies of HCV during a single treatment.  I plan to detail the relevance of
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