|EbolaCide2 - Plan of attack|
Corinne (Scully) is gone and Gene (Olinger) is at the NIH virology labs
I'm in touch with Gene and would love to work with him.
We're shooting for a mid-November ship date but that's completely dependent on completing the synthesis of all the variants. Usually we make 8 variants, send them for testing, take the best two, expand them and make another eight.
This time, we're making many more and they'll all be tested during the same pass to save time.
If this works as we hope, I want to get EbolaCide to Africa ASAP!
EUGENE SEYMOUR - Chief Executive Officer & Director
October 31, 2014
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