CUTV News spotlights Dr. Paul Pearce of Nova Biologicals





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Published on Feb 6, 2019

Conroe, TX – “What an incredible privilege it is to have the opportunity to improve the quality of life for virtually all of mankind”, says Dr. Paul J. Pearce, PhD, founder of Nova Biologicals, Inc.

Microorganisms, or germs, touch the lives of every person on earth. Because many germs are potentially life threatening and because we now have the ability to manage and control some of those that impact our health and quality of life, we are able through research and testing to prevent and avoid the devastation that was, a mere 50 years ago, simply impossible. Hidden in plain sight, microorganisms can affect the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, the medical equipment we depend on and the medicines we take.

As a fully certified testing laboratory, Nova recognized the enormity of the need to collaborate with individuals, industry and Federal, State and local authorities. Through this collaborative effort, Nova provides testing and consulting services that enable all parties to fulfill their responsibilities to their families, customers and citizens.

A PhD in microbial immunology, Dr. Pearce spent several years working in the hospital industry as a clinical laboratory director, specializing in microbiology and the pathology of microbes before establishing Nova Biologicals 25 years ago.

Nova Biologicals began in June of 1993 testing 50 samples a month. This August, the laboratory will test between 8,000 and 10,000 samples.

“We are spreading the word about how germs impact our society. We believe that global education is necessary if we are to truly improve the quality of our lives here in America, as well as the world.”

For more information on Nova Biologicals, visit novatx.com


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