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Reheal is based in Helsinki, Finland and is in collaboration with over 10 researchers and scientists from recognized research institutes and universities residing in 3 continents. We want to revolutionize health. Let’s stand up together to make the difference because every human is priceless.

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Reheal AB is a technology health startup that aims to reheal incurable diseases using novel methods. Such methods have been developed since 2015 by monitoring the latest research papers and initiating pilot studies to back the methods. There are two main projects at hand, Genficz to reheal HIV by gene editing and Qancel to reheal cancer using extractions from sea creatures. As the findings seem promising, independent scientists are contributing to each project to move them on to the next phase.
Reheal is based in Helsinki, Finland and is in collaboration with over 10 researchers and scientists from recognized research institutes and universities residing in 3 continents. We want to revolutionize health. Let’s stand up together to make the difference because every human is priceless.

What is HIV?

Human immunodeficiency virus or HIV attacks immune system especially CD4 cells (T cells). In untreated patients, HIV decreases the number of CD4 cells and make their patients more vulnerable to other infections or infection-related cancer.
There is no definite treatment for this disease. Current available therapy called antiretroviral therapy or ART just supress the viral load in patients and prevent the advancing of HIV to AIDS.

What is AIDS?

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a group of symptoms and opportunistic infections that occur in the advanced stage of HIV infection.

How Is HIV Passed From One Person to Another?

HIV is in human body fuids like blood, semen, pre-seminal fluids, rectal fluids, vaginal fluids, and breast milk. The virus can be transmitted during unprotected sex, from mother to baby through breast feeding or during pregnancy, sharing injection drug equipment and through contaminated blood transfusion and organ transplant.

How is HIV prevented?

Nowadays there are several ways to prevent HIV infection. Stopping injection and other drug can decrease the risk of new HIV incidence in society. The use of sterile needles will eliminate the risk of getting HIV. Moreover, the use of condoms during sex are highly recommended in preventing HIV infection. But it is important to use them in right way. Taking HIV medicine by patients will reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to an HIV-negative partner through sex or HIV-negative baby during pregnancy.
Post-exposure prophylaxis is needed for people who already were potentially exposed to HIV. They need to take medicine within 72 hours after a possible exposure. People who are living with HIV-positive partners, can use pre-exposure prophylaxis and taking HIV medicines every day to prevent HIV infection.

How long does it take for HIV to show up on a blood test?

Our body will produce enough antibodies up to the 3 months after infection that can be detected by rapid antibody test.

What happens if I am HIV positive?

Positive results always leave persons overwhelmed with lots of questions. However, we need to learn that HIV is highly manageable disease. You need to consult with health care provider. They might ask you to do some more tests and see how strong your immune system is. According to the results of tests and your health condition, doctors will decide when to start HIV medicines and what HIV medicines to take.

What is Genficz?

GENFICZ is a novel technique of gene editing that highly specified for HIV-1 virus. In this technique, two strategies are following up, firstly the elimination integrated genome of HIV in human cells in vivo, and secondly, create the HIV-resistant cells that HIV cannot enter these cells anymore. GENFICZ consists of different stages including GENRAPS, GENRECK and GENCIPZ. Different molecular and genetic methods will be done at each stage to specify our drug for interaction in the human body. Different in vitro and in vivo phases will be done to determine the mechanism, toxic profile and effective dose of the drug. In the first two stages, we will try to design the drug to edit some certain genes in contaminated human cells that prevents the entrance of new viruses to human cells. In later stage, the drug will eliminate the pathogenesis part of integrated genome of HIV-1 in the human genome.

What does reheal mean?

Reheal means to heal again. In this regard, our mission is to heal incurable diseases and restore health to society.

Are reheal methods pseudoscience or scientific?

Our methods are scientifically sound. With strong theoretical backgrounds, successful pilot studies and reliable data, we can say that our methods are scientific.

Who is a rehealer and how can I be one?

Rehealers help patients with incurable diseases worldwide. You can register on our website and donate your time, your knowledge and your money to help poor patients living with HIV and cancer.

How many types of cancer are out there

There more than 100 types of cancer in total.

What is Qancel?

Qancel is here to cancel the cancer. This project is exploring how marine toxins can be effecient as natural anticancer drug.

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