ABSTRACT - presented & registered to International Contest LONDON, Longitude Prize, May 27, 2015

Headquarters location:
11001 FM 2147, HORSESHOE BAY, TX 78659

Our organization is representing all entities and individuals involved in “Biocompatible Technologies/Products/Procedures”; they were initiated and designed to increase safely the immune system reactions using highly engineered immune-modulators.  Their effectiveness lies in the uniqueness of never acting as a poison designed to kill pathogen bacteria; this avoids both mutations and obviously drug resistance.

Continuous improvements by “BIOCOM TECHS” expanding activity in product engineering together with more than 3 decades of successfully treating fully-documented “no hope cases” now demonstrates unexplored and unprecedented ways to treat extremely serious infections without using dangerous, ineffective drugs.  The same concept and employing similar technologies were successfully tested on volunteers diagnosed with “drug resistant” peripheral, systemic, urinary, and digestive track infections; special note for the first cases of Lyme’s disease and TB treated also successfully in a very short period of time.

The long history of documented results together with all positive “third party evaluations” anticipates the possibility for the creation of a new generation of large-spectrum, multi-strain products as a viable replacement for almost all existing/toxic antibiotics which provoked an artificial increase of the “difficult or impossible to treat  bacteria”.  It is also anticipated that the new products may offer the best prevention properties in case of epidemics.  These features will enable all professionals, hospital staff, and lab technicians to get the adequate protection in real time.

The new concept and technologies appear to be a radical but long time needed change within the antibiotic industry.


For and on behalf of TRUE SCIENCE ALLIANCE CORP.

Constantin Pandaru - President

Antibiotic resistance could spell end of modern medicine, says chief medic

Prof Dame Sally Davies said that if antibiotics lose their effectiveness it would spell “the end of modern medicine”. Without the drugs used to fight infections, common medical interventions such as caesarean sections, cancer treatments and hip replacements would become incredibly risky and transplant medicine would be a thing of the past, she said.

The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO says

Too few new antibiotics are under development to combat the threat of multidrug-resistant infections, according to a new World Health Organization report published Tuesday. Adding to the concern: It is likely that the speed of increasing resistance will outpace the slow drug development process.

True Science Alliance to present at the World AMR Congress

As part of its stated mission toward sustainable solutions to global problems, TSA officials and medical staff will be presenting at the World AMR Congress Thursday the 14th in Washington D.C.  They will be introducing the subject of last year's press conference: the new scientific model behind the harmless HEIMMOX antibiotic products and their unrivaled results.

Researchers question whether you should really finish your antibiotics

The standing argument that failing to complete a course of antibiotics could fuel the rise of antibiotic resistance has little evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance...

People Are Not Petri Dishes -- A New Study Shows Why Antibiotics Fail

I saw one such patient early in my practice, paralyzed for the rest of his life because a surgeon treated a Staph blood stream infection with Erythromycin, based a report that said “S,” or susceptible. He, like most physicians, didn’t know that what works in the test tube (in vitro) may not work in people (in vivo).

World Health Assembly Adopts Resolution To Fight Sepsis; Antimicrobial Resistance Major Threat

Antimicrobial resistance is a growing health concern as was acknowledged by countries at the World Health Assembly this week, and a resolution was adopted to fight sepsis, which is a life-threatening blood stream infection for which there is growing resistance...

Widely adopted method for thwarting MRSA fails in hospital that developed it

Beth Mole

Between August and March, a deadly superbug spread to 10 infants in the intensive care unit of UC-Irvine Medical Center—the hospital where researchers developed a leading strategy to prevent the spread of that very superbug, the Los Angeles Times reports...

Drug Resistant Infections: A Threat to Our Economic Future

Published by the World Bank...

Drug-resistant infections occur when pathogens change in ways that render antimicrobial drugs ineffective. As a result, the pathogens survive and continue to spread. When infections are treatable with antimicrobials, people can be cured and further spread within the population can be readily contained. This has saved hundreds of millions of lives since wide use of these “miracle drugs” started over 70 years ago. Loss of drug-effectiveness because of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is increasing in both developing and developed countries. If this trend continues unchecked, the world will confront a reality where many infectious diseases have “no cure and no vaccine.”

Democrats Propose A $2B Prize Fund For New Antibiotics

John LaMattina

In its quest to make drugs more affordable, a group of prominent Democrats introduced into both Houses of Congress the “Improving Access to Affordable Prescription Drugs Act.” This ambitious bill seeks to accomplish a lot of things, such as requiring greater transparency with respect to R&D costs for new drugs, allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices and allowing drug re-importation from outside the U.S...

New FDA Rules on Antibiotics Attempt to Squash ‘Superbugs’

T.S. Strickland

The death of a Nevada woman has focused renewed attention on the problem of antibiotic-resistant bacteria...The incident was reported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week, only a few days after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced a set of new rules aimed at fighting these so-called “superbugs” on their home-turf: the farm...

True Science Alliance Opened its Permanent Exhibition and Training Center

The permanent exhibition and training center of the New Generation Antibiotics (HEIMMOX) opened to all governmental and non-governmental organizations: to all professionals, hospitals, foundations, and biotech / pharmaceutical industries.  Registration is required.  "Upon request scheduling" open to qualified parties and professionals.

Location: Horseshoe Bay Resort (www.hsbresort.com)

Main Subjects:

  • History behind the "highly engineered immune-modulators".

  • Sustainable concept and science.

  • Long-term unrivaled results.

  • International claims associated with the new technologies and products.