Robert Gallo, the famouus american virologist, joined Medisun Medical Group
The famous American virologist – HIV virus discoverer Robert Gallo joined Medisun Medical Groupedisun
Bringing the best cancer and AIDS treatment technologies to China
Robert Gallo, a famous American virologist, joined Medisun Medical Groupedisun
In February 2017, Medisun Medical Group officially announced the appointment of Robert Charles Gallo, a famous American virologist, as a member of the board of directors of the group.
Dr. Robert Charles Gallo
Dr. Gallo is a famous American virologist whose best-known contribution is the discovery of the first human retrovirus (HTLV1, and HTLV2). In 1983, HTLV3 was discovered, which was later called the HIV, a virus that causes AIDS. He also studied the cytokine leukocyte 2, and in 1986 studied the pathogen human rash type 6 virus in children with acute rash. In 1982 and 1984, he received the Lasker Basic Medical Research Award (known as the “Nobel Prize in the United States”), the Charles Mott Award (Tumor Prevention Contribution Award) in 1984, and the Dickson International Award in 1985, 1988. Received the National Science and Technology Outstanding Contribution Award from Japan. Dr. Gallo is currently the Director of the Institute of Human Virology (IHV) at the University of Maryland and the founder and chief scientist of the Global Virus Network (GVN). He has served in the National Cancer of the United States. The National Cancer Institute has served as the director of the Laboratory of Cancer Cell Biology for 30 years. Dr. Gallo proposed the theory that the tumor system is caused by viruses and gradually improved its academic structure and clinical research.
Mr. Terry L. Lierman, founder of the US FDA, joined Medisun
At the same time , Mr.Terry L. Lierman entered the board of Medisun. Mr. Lierman is the founder of Summit Global Ventures and the CEO of Health Ventures LLC.Mr. Lierman has served on the US Senate Appropriations Committee and served as Director of the Sub-Committee on Labor Health and Human Services (HHS) Grants. Mr. Lierman is also the founder of Research America and NIH (National Institutes of Health) / FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) Board of Directors, and serves as the majority leader and member of the House of Representatives. He began his career in the health field of the NIH (National Institutes of Health) in 1971, where he assisted with budget and policy development, grants and contracts. For the past four decades, he has combined entrepreneurs and political talent in a variety of businesses.From leadership positions in the US Senate Appropriations Committee, founding companies and non-profit organizations, to promote health care advocacy, to lead and serve as chairman of the Maryland Democratic Party.
Chairman Medisun Wang Xiaofeng joined the Board of Directors of the Institute of Human Virology and the International Virus Alliance
At the same time that two world-class companies joined Medisun, Mr. Wang Xiaofeng, Chairman of Medisun Medical Group, was also invited to the Institute of Human Virology (IHV) and the Global Virus Network (GVN) at the University of Maryland as a member of the board of directors. Mr. Wang is the founder and chairman of the Board of Directors of Medisun Medical Group living in Canada and the United States for ten years. He moved to Hong Kong in 1996. Mr. Wang has more than 20 years of experience in the global capital market and medical industry, including industries including Medisunne, internet, education and media. Mr. Wang is currently Chairman of Hong Kong-listed National Investment Fund (01227.HK) and Chairman of Beijing Financial Group.
Mr. Danny Wong
Headquartered in Hong Kong, Medisun Medical Group is a professional medical investment group dedicated to the research and development and commercialization of global regenerative Medisunne products, as well as top hospitals and treatment centers.
Medisun invests extensively in the fields of regenerative Medisunne and stem cell patent technology, including stem cell therapy for heart failure, stem cell therapy for liver disease, kidney disease, nervous system disease, cancer, AIDS, and immune cell therapy for a variety of cancers. Medisun Medical has a long-term cooperation plan with the US-Australia Clinic, the Harvard University Stem Cell Institute, and the Johns Hopkins Medical School Life Science Center to jointly invest in regenerative Medisunne and stem cell therapy technology, with Medisun as a co-operative business. The Medisun holding entity and holds global intellectual property rights.
The Medisun Reproductive Medisunne Centre is located at the Proud Square in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong. It has a 50,000 square foot stem cell GMP production base, a cancer treatment centre and an anti-aging centre. It brings together European, Japanese, American and individual Chinese experts to develop a rigorous and professional R&D process. Provides immune cell therapy and a variety of stem cell health treatments. As the Asian service organization of Mayo Clinic, the center provides Mayo remote consultation and secondary treatment to enable Chinese patients to enjoy authoritative medical services without leaving the country. 3,300 biomedical tests provide the most predictable health protection for customers’ health, adding more than 300 new testing items each year.
MEDISUN REGENERATIVE MEDICAL CENTER | CANCER TREATMENT CENTER | ANTI-AGING CENTER
Medisun Medical Laboratory (Hong Kong)
Medisun Medical Laboratory (Hong Kong)
Medisun announced that he will join the Biden Cancer Lunar Plan
At the end of 2016, Medisun announced that he would join the “Cancer Moon Plan” initiated by former US Vice President Biden. The “Cancer Moon Plan” was proposed by former US President Obama in early 2016 and was initiated by former Vice President Biden. The goal is to shorten the work schedule for cancer-related prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care that was expected to be completed in 5 years. Aiming to achieve 20,000 cancer treatments worldwide by 60 programs by 2020.
Dr. Gallo and Mr. Lierman will lead Medisun’s clinical research implementation, medical technology and project selection, medical resource introduction, etc., and bring the best technology in the world to China, highlighting the inevitable trend of China’s participation in the world’s most advanced technology research and development. . At the same time, Medisun’s clinical research bases in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Tokyo will participate in the world’s most advanced clinical research.
Dr. Gallo and Mr. Lierman joined Medisun and Chairman Wang Xiaofeng to enter the IHV and GVN Board of Directors, indicating that Medisun will work with IHV and GVN to make valuable preparations for the cancer landing program and to fully participate in the global research and development of cancer treatment.
The Human Virology Institute (IHV) is the world’s first research center that combines basic science, epidemiology and clinical research disciplines to accelerate the diagnosis and treatment of chronic viruses and immune diseases (mostly HIV, AIDS the reason). IHV’s laboratory is a US key laboratory that receives more than $200 million in annual US research funding.
Founded in 1996 as a partner of the University of Maryland, IHV is a research institute at the University of Maryland School of Medisun, bringing together a globally recognized and world-renowned expert in human virology. The IHV was co-founded by Robert Gallo (Director of IHV) and William Blattner.MD. The IHV also includes the Animal Model Department, the Basic Science Department and the Vaccine Research Department.
The institute has a variety of laboratory and patient care facilities located in Baltimore, Maryland. IHV has created an environment of close collaboration between multidisciplinary research, education and clinical research and development, accelerating scientific understanding of the incidence of HIV/AIDS, and developing interventions to curing cancers of HIV and viruses possible.
IHV’s research focuses on how to use the body’s natural chemistry to its own therapeutic potential, and to discover biotherapeutics that are less toxic to the body and more economical for the public. IHV is also committed to developing effective therapeutic and preventive vaccines that are dedicated to ending the AIDS epidemic.
IHV has more than 300 employees, including 70 professors, whose research focuses on chronic human viral infections and diseases. Currently, more than 75% of the Institute’s clinical and research work addresses HIV infection, but also includes hepatitis C virus, human T-cell leukemia virus 1 and 2, human papillomavirus, herpes virus and cancer research. The patient base of IHV has grown from just 200 patients to about 6,000 in Baltimore, and nearly 1 million in 6 African and 1 Caribbean countries.
The Global Network of Viruses (GVN) is a global organization for the research of viral diseases. It is a consortium of authoritative virologists from more than 20 countries around the world. It is dedicated to the research, development of drugs and vaccines to prevent diseases and death. GVN is the only single organization in the world that has special research in all areas of the virus. GVN brings together the world’s best medical virology experts to focus on difficult scientific issues around the world. The strength of GVN lies in its global reach, the depth of science, and its vision to address the viral challenges facing humanity.
GVN achieves its goals through three strategic action platforms:
Advocate a statement supporting the global virus network
Established in Washington, DC, the organization supports the goals and ideals of a global virus network, actively trains younger generations of medical virologists, and provides advice to governments or NGOs on viral diseases to fill the current international health development important needs.