Creighton University, Nebraska (1988)

Creighton University, Nebraska (1988)

Pathogens studies and testing with sample of Covalent Silver Solution, see Exhibit A’ above:

• Sample was spiked with numerous parasitic pathogens, bacteria, and viruses.

• Sample tested had presence of beneficial bacteria, and was found to be bactericidal.

• A 24-hour test revealed all harmful pathogens, bacteria, and viruses were killed, and non-parasitic pathogens and bacteria were unaffected.

• Sample killed Escherichia Coli, a pathogen normally present in the intestinal tract of humans and other animals.

• Sample killed Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, normally a soil bacterium, an opportunistic pathogen of humans who are immuno-compromised. It can infect the wounds of victims with severe burns, causing the formation of blue pus.

• Sample killed Staphylococcus Aureus, a pyogenic (producing pus) and opportunistic pathogen responsible for a range of infections including severe sepsis, pneumonia, boils, endocarditis and soft tissue infections. University