Your dollar counts. Did you know most research foundations invest only a small percentage into actual research? 90% of WCRF donations go directly to research.

Your dollar counts. Did you know most research foundations invest only a small percentage into actual research? 90% of WCRF donations go directly to research.

Newport Beach, CA – April 9, 2020 – Referred by a laboratory that is aware of our reputation for cutting edge technology, Women’s Cancer Research Foundation and the medical practice of Dr. John Paul Micha began COVID-19 Antibody Testing utilizing the COVID-19 IgG/IgM Rapid Test Device.

The first three research subjects were WCRF staff: Chairman, Dr. Micha, our Executive Director, and Research Director. All three tested negative for COVID-19 Immunoglobins G and M. Stanford University has also begun a similar CV19 antibody testing project.

Dr. Micha noted that “This is a perfect project for WCRF. We have over 30 years of experience in assessing new, novel technology and medications. It is great to be a part of figuring out the coronavirus puzzle. You never know where these open-ended projects will lead. In the end, we will know the reality of this virus and be able to make solid scientific and clinical decisions.”

About Women’s Cancer Research Foundation

The Women’s Cancer Research Foundation (WCRF) is one of Southern California’s and the nation’s most active research organizations for female cancers. We are dedicated to serving the interests of patients, families, and friends affected by women’s cancers. WCRF partners with physician-scientists nationally to make differences in women’s lives by offering hope, strength, and progress.

https://womenscancerfoundation.com/
Women’s Cancer Research Foundation (WCRF)
351 Hospital Road, Suite 506
Newport Beach, CA 92663
PH: (949) 642-5165

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