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Ranya Alexander M.D., Ph.D
As a National Science Foundation Scholar, Dr. Alexander received a Masters Degree in Biochemistry from Roswell Park Memorial Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y. and the State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr Alexander was one of the scholars to receive simultaneous Ph.D. and MD degrees from the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. His Ph.D. research and dissertation on cyclic ATP dependant protein kinase was under the direction of Dr. E.G. Krebs (Nobel Laureate in Medicine, 1992).  Residency trained in Pediatrics from Yale University, Fellowship in Pediatric Neuroendocrinology from University of California, San Francisco and a second Residency in Emergency Medicine from UCLA.
Dr. Alexander, a board certified pediatrician and practicing emergency physician, is a former Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Associate Director of Pediatric Inpatient Services and Endocrinology, Charles R. Drew Post Graduate Medical School/ Martin Luther King Jr. General Hospital, Los Angeles, CA [under Dr. David Satcher- former United States Surgeon General]. Dr Alexander has held patents for a unique solid state ground moisture sensor and an all natural topical spray formulation for H. zoster (shingles).
Robert Bender, M.D. FAAFP
Former President, FHP Healthcare and advisor to the Governor of California.

As a graduate of the University of California, Irvine, California College of Medicine, Dr. Bender has been in medical practice for more than 36 years. As a family practitioner, Dr. Bender has cared for a broad scope of patients from pediatrics to geriatrics with an emphasis on wellness in the last 15 years.

Dr. Bender's administrative experience includes 20 years as Medical Director for a large multi-specialty medical group, 3 years as a Regional and Senior VP for a health maintenance organization, and he's served as the Medical Director for a large southern California IPA.

In recognition of Dr. Bender's medical and administrative experience, he was appointed by the Governor of California in 1988 to serve on the State Health Care Advisory Committee. Dr. Bender is the past President of the U.S. Volleyball Association (the governing body for the sport of volleyball in the U.S. under the Olympic Committee). He also served on the International Federation of Volleyball Sports Medicine Committee. It is through his service and active participation in these organizations that Dr. Bender became interested in preventive medicine. He has pursued the study of preventive, alternative and anti-aging medicine for more than 18 years.

In addition to patient care, Dr. Bender has actively participated in the formulation, development and testing of nutritional supplement products serving as a consultant and a member of the medical science advisory team for two nutritional supplement companies.

Dr. Bender earned the degree of Fellow from The American Academy of Family Physicians in 1992. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, The American Medical Association and The American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine.

Dr. Bender is unique because he is both an experienced physician and corporate executive with a traditional medical and corporate background coupled with clear understanding of the need for prevention, wellness and nutrition.

Accomplishments and Activities

Medical School
University of California, Irvine, California College of Medicine


Family Practice, 1967-2003

Current Memberships
• Member, American Academy of Family Physicians
• Member, American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine
• Member, American Medical Association

Past Memberships and Offices Held

• Member, California State Health Care Advisory Committee
• Member, International Federation of Volleyball's Sports Medicine Committee.
• President, U.S. Volleyball Association 1985-1988
• Past President, U.S. Volleyball Association 1989-1992
• Board of Directors, United States Volleyball Association
• United States Representative, Congress for the International Federation for Volleyball
• International Federation for Volleyball Medical Committee
• United States Olympic Committee, Medical Committee
• United States Olympic Committee, Medical Committee

Honors and Special Recognition
• William G. Morgan Founders Award, USVBA, 1989
• Dorothy C. Boyce Award, USVBA, 1989
• Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians, 1992
• Physicians Recognition Award for Continuing Education, Ongoing

Francisco Carrillo, M.D.

Dr. Carrillo graduated from UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico) in 1965 and did an Externship at the Memorial Hospital of Worcester in Massachusetts in 1963. His specialty is in Pediatrics from the “Hospital Infantil de México” (Pediatric Hospital of Mexico) from which he graduated in 1971. He also participated in a professional exchange program with the University of California in San Diego, California in 1971.

He was the Medicine Area director for the Pediatric Hospital at Tacubaya in Mexico City and Professor of Pediatrics for the UNAM (Mexico’s biggest University) at the “Hospital Infantil de México” (National Pediatric Hospital in Mexico) and later at the Pediatric Hospital in Tacubaya.

From 1986 to 1988 he developed the National Network to provide vaccines to the private market in the country, which was also used in other Latin America countries who were helped and advised by him. He became an advisor in the vaccines field for many pediatricians, pediatric groups, Institutions and was invited by the Health Secretary to discuss vaccine problems in the country.

From 1986 to 2006 he practiced pediatrics at the Spanish Hospital in Mexico City.

After a successful and recognized career; in 2006 Dr. Carrillo retired from Pediatrics.

Dr. Carrillo started working us in the early 1990's and from then on started studying, researching, speaking on and working with us in different international forums. “Disseminating the knowledge of these incredible products and the great benefit that it has for Humanity, became a priority in my professional life” says Dr. Carrillo.

Dr. Carrillo, with close experts, has done multiple research studies that have proven the effectiveness of the technology. During the last 3 years he has been following closely in Mexico the progress of several thousand diabetic patients who have been using the formula with Gardenia jasminoides which has offered great benefits to these diabetic patients.

Bernard Deberry, M.D.


Dr. DeBerry has been in private practice specializing in Facial, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Head and Neck Surgery in Laguna Hills, California for more than 27 years.

Since 1980, Bernard has been a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of California Irvine, California, and was a Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at the Albert Eisnstein College of Medicine in New York.

Dr. DeBerry holds senior management positions at various Medical Center's and was Chief, Division of Head and Neck Surgery at Montefiore Medical Center in New York, the UCI Medical Center, Orange; Saddleback Memorial Medical Center, Laguna Hills; Mission Hospital Medical Center, Mission Viejo; South Coast Hospital Medical Center, Laguna Beach; and Irvine Medical Center- Santa Ana Tustin. In addition, Dr. DeBerry held a Fellowship in Cosmetic Surgery at the American Academy of Facial and Reconstructive Surgery ( Los Angeles, California) in 1979
 Dr. Deberry is working to improve topical and oral products using CHT technology.

David Stokesbary, M.D.

Dr. Stokesbary has been searching the globe for the most effective treatment protocols, nutrition and supplements to enhance one's immune system to reverse cancer and prevent its recurrence. In February 1998, the first MME center was opened in Laguna Niguel, California. Dr. Stokesbary's search had been launched in early 1995 when he himself was diagnosed with 2 melanomas and was shocked into realizing that his nutrition and life style were not optimal. Since that time, his never-ending quest has been to find and provide for his patients the best, quickest and most cost effective healing and rejuvenating techniques available in the world.


V. J. Victor, Ph.D.
Former Department Chair and Professor of Materials Science, India Institute of Technology, Bangalore.  Professor Victor has studied the physical effects of water for more than 30 years.


I have been involved in materials science research for more than 30 years. Beginning with my Ph.D. work at the Physics Department of the Friendship University in Moscow, and the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, where I had worked under eminent Scientists and Members of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, such as Prof. Kussakov, Academician Prof. Levich and Academician Prof. Deryagin and later teaching at the premier technical university of India, namely, the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Zhi Wang  Ph.D.
Dr. Wang was a former Research Associate Professor at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University and Scientific Advisor to the President of the American Health Foundation. He also served as a Guest Professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). Over the past 20 years, Dr. Wang has focused his research on botanicals and cancer, including tea and licorice. The possible active components and mechanism are also investigated. Dr. Wang is the author of more than 80 scientific papers and book chapters, and the editor of a book about environmental toxicology. He was also invited to be a scientific reviewer for several international academic journals, such as “Nutrition and Cancer”. Dr. Wang is a known world pioneer in the field of tea and cancer research and cluster biology research. In the 1970s, there was a bias that tea might be a cancer etiological factor for humans, especially, human esophageal cancer. In the early, 1980s, Dr. Wang was the first scientist to question the validity of this conclusion based on his experiments when he was in China. In 1985, when he moved to the USA, he continued to explore the effect of tea on cancer in cooperation with scientists at the Case Western Reserve University, Rutgers University, Columbia University and American Health Foundation. On Apr. 26, 1997, Dr. Wang was selected by the American Association of Cancer Research for a public release about cancer prevention and tea in “Nutrition, diet and cancer prevention” Conference, during the 88th Annual AACR meeting (San Diego, CA). In 1997, his research was also featured as Highlight Research in the Columbia University Yearbook 1997. Dr. Wang was also listed on the Cover Legend of “Cancer Research” (Vol. 58, No. 18, 1998) as one of the major contributors in the tea and health research area in the world. His breakthrough research about tea and cancer was also reported in many famous media such as “Science News” (1994), “Washington Post” (1994) and “The New York Times” (1998). Since 2001, he has focused on developing research with Cluster Solutions. A multiple center, randomized and double blind clinical trial with a total 336 type-2 diabetics indicated that consumption of the CSI solution significantly improved cell hydration in testing diabetics (Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2004;13(Suppl):S128). He hypothesized that the water wire-dependent network may play an important role in cell-cell communication, especially in biosignaling networks. Two articles entitled “Low resonant frequency storage and transfer in structured water cluster” and “Water cluster and Bio-signal Networks” were published in the “Proceeding of the 2003 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man & Cybernetics (Page 5034-5039)” and “Proceeding of 2004 IEEE Conference on Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems,( Page 902-906)”, respectively.