Aethlon Medical was originally formed to advance a medical device technology that targeted the removal of harmful metals from circulation. At the time, our strategy to treat infectious disease was a mere seed of thought and we certainly didn't envision the opportunities that would emerge in cancer and sepsis. Since those early days, Marc Robins has witnessed both the setbacks and advances in our quest to create innovative therapies to combat life-threatening conditions.
I am pleased to advise you that Marc has agreed to work with us to expand the awareness of our endeavors within the financial and medical community. Additionally, he will provide our shareholders with an additional channel of communication. Marc's unique understanding of medical technology (including the medical devices in our therapeutic pipeline) and the financial markets will help to ensure our message is properly communicated. He is also a passionate AEMD shareholder with 35 years of experience in discovering and investing in micro-cap medical technology organizations. Marc was a "Special Situation" columnist at FORBES magazine, the founding publisher of the The Red Chip Review, an analyst at E.F. Hutton, and a principal at The Robins Group, LLC, an institutional investment banking firm that once managed a financing that helped us advance clinical programs. Marc can be reached at (877) 276-2467 or by email at [email protected].
About Aethlon Medical
The Aethlon Medical mission is to create innovative medical devices that address unmet medical needs in cancer, infectious disease, and other life-threatening conditions. Our Aethlon ADAPT™ System is a revenue-stage technology platform that provides the basis for a new class of therapeutics that target the selective removal of disease enabling particles from the entire circulatory system. The Aethlon ADAPT™ product pipeline includes the Aethlon Hemopurifier® to address infectious disease and cancer; HER2osome™ to target HER2+ breast cancer, and a medical device being developed under a contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that would reduce the incidence of sepsis in combat-injured soldiers and civilians. For more information, please visit www.aethlonmedical.com.