AquaLiv announces global action against infectious disease, and you can help
AquaLiv is pioneering an entirely new field of biological information based science that promises to change industries on a global scale. This technology uses what we term bioinformation to create effects in biological systems without using physical/chemical ingredients.
Our new technology, BioT™, is already being used to grow crops two climate regions north of what was previously thought possible for that species. Other uses include increasing disease resistance in crops without herbicides and pesticides, while increasing growth rate and nutritive value, without chemical fertilizers.
The number of potential applications for BioT™ is staggering. Farming, environmental remediation, biofuel production, medicine, and the list goes on. However, we are interested in bringing the technology to those most in need first.
BioT™ Bioinformation Technology has proven effective against bacterial and viral diseases such as cholera, malaria, and HIV. Using a simple blood scan of the patient, BioT™ can create an instant bio-specific treatment.
Tests in Japan and Thailand have demonstrated that most bacterial or viral diseases can be cured with approximately seven days of treatment.
AquaLiv is currently seeking global partners in the fight against infectious disease. We wish to treat those in need, but do not currently have access to patients and clinics. Our current inventory can treat up to 300,000 patients and we are steadily increasing that number.
We are not seeking payment for these efforts, only access.
In the coming months, AquaLiv will assemble a team of technicians who will be traveling the world to help the sick. This new task force will be a permanent addition to our company and an integral part of our initiative to change the world for good.
Can your organization help us treat those in need?
This is a call to action to organizations worldwide with access to patients and clinics. Working together, we can do a world of good. In fact, in as little as four years, infectious disease may no longer be a global epidemic.
blog comments powered by Disqus