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Aethlon Medical Announces Appointment of Rod Kenley to Its Board of Directors
Date:10/19/2010

international symposia regarding the provision of dialysis, the design of dialysis equipment, designing medical equipment according to FDA guidelines as well as lecturing at Kellogg and other business schools in the area of entrepreneurship.

"I am honored and excited to be asked to join the Board of Aethlon Medical. In my 30+ years of experience in the area of blood purification therapies, I have rarely seen an extracorporeal device that has the breadth of market opportunities that are engendered by the Aethlon Hemopurifier®. Firstly, it represents the most logical solution as a countermeasure to a bioterror attack owing to its expected efficacy regardless of any genetic manipulations that may have been engineered into a bioweapon to render vaccines impotent. Furthermore, it has a long shelf life and can be ready to deploy at a moment's notice.

"Secondly, it promises to be a highly contributing adjunct to drug therapy for a variety of chronic viral diseases such as hepatitis C and HIV that may well significantly increase the percentage of patients achieving a non-detectable viral load status. Thirdly, it has the potential to be a front-line therapy against pandemic viral outbreaks particularly in cases where vaccines do not exist or are ineffective.

"Lastly, the Hemopurifier's ability to adsorb exosomes, the small particles that are released by solid tumors to provide localized immunity by inactivating the host's cellular immune defenses, represents a major opportunity in the cancer arena.

"Consequently, I look forward with great anticipation to working with the Aethlon Board and its employees to capitalize on this wealth of opportunities in the coming years," stated Kenley.

Mr. Kenley received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Chemistry from the Wabash College, a Masters of Science degree in Molecular Biology from Northwestern University and a Masters of Management from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, als
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