These are the monthly highlights of our progress.
American Association of Equine Practitioners Conference
We had a booth at the 68th Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, AAEP, in San Antonio, Texas. This is the largest equine conference
of the year, with 4200 people registered (1400 exhibitors, 2800 DVMs, Guests, Students, and Techs). This and our recent ad in The Horse magazine were excellent vehicles to
introduce the equine community to IsoPet® therapy. We obtained new contacts considering becoming an equine therapy IsoPet® regional center.
This will require significant follow-up effort.
John Heindrcih, PhD, DVM attended and provided important insights. He recently retired as the owner of the Ventana Animal Hospital in Albuquerque, NM, and is our
new veterinarian consultant.
Johns Hopkins VX-2/Rabbit Study
We translated our animal test plan into the FDA GLP protocol. It is now divided into Phase 1 to determine biokinetics and Phase 2 to measure effectiveness.
Johns Hopkins obtained the IACUC approval to initiate Phase 1 and is preparing an amendment to include the control group of rabbits for Phase 2.
Quality Management System
We are continually strengthening our Quality Management System. This month we audited IsoTherapeutics, our current IsoPet® particle manufacturing center. We also
completed the sterilization validation runs on our particles, which is necessary for the FDA IDE.
Protecting our intellectual property is always a priority. We are working on two new patents, but I can only publicly disclose the content after
they are filed.
Mike Korenko, Sc. D
CEO & President Vivos, Inc.
Michael K. Korenko, Sc.D.
President & CEO