Published in AIDS Weekly and Law, January 20th, 2005
The Hemopurifier is a medical device that converges the use of hollow-fiber dialysis technology with affinity chromatography to separate and selectively capture viruses and toxins from the blood. Recent enhancements to the Hemopurifier include the immobilization of a single affinity agent that is able to attach to the surface of both HIV and HCV.
Aethlon CEO James A. Joyce stated, "Our studies provide...
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