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GeneThera Announces it is Set to Begin Commercial Testing for Johne's Disease as Soon as January, 2009.
Date:11/24/2008

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo., Nov. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- GeneThera, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GTHR.PK), announces it will soon begin offering its Real Time PCR test for Johne's disease through its Wheat Ridge, Colo. laboratory.

GeneThera is set to begin offering its Johne's disease testing service as soon as January of 2009. According to GeneThera Chairman, Dr. Tony Milici MD, Ph.D., "We expect to be offering our real time PCR test for Johne's disease, called HerdGuard(TM) by the first of the year on a commercial level. We are already receiving inquiries from several companies as to the availability of the service."

The company states that its PCR test is much more accurate and timely than what is commonly available today. There are other PCR tests available, but what makes GeneThera's service different is exactly that... service. According to the company; "the other PCR tests that are available require the purchase of a test kit from one supplier, and then forwarding the collected samples to a completely different company for analyzing. In other words, the customer has to collect the samples (usually fecal) and send the collected samples to a separate approved laboratory for actual testing. This means the customer is responsible for finding the lab, negotiating the cost of the testing, shipping, and retrieving the results. GeneThera's service is all inclusive. Using their trademarked Field Collection System (FCS(TM)), the client collects the sample (blood, milk, fecal, or colostrum), and then returns them to GeneThera's lab for testing and reporting of the results. The results will be available to customers via a secured web page on GeneThera's website. Everything is included in the price from GeneThera. Pricing is expected to be between $25 and $32 per test, and results are typically available within 24-48 hours of receipt of the samples."

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