Brief Elevator Pitches for Startups 2018 Portfolio Class Leonhardt’s Launchpads –
as of December 5th, 2018

WARNING: These elevator pitches are brief and concise by nature. By being so brief appropriate risks are not conveyed in these short statements. These elevator pitches reflect only the most positive optimistic personal opinions of the startup founders. Full risk statements are found at the bottom, in our private placement memorandum and other locations. These risk warnings include – Our patents may not hold up or protect us. Our patents pending may not be issued. We have too little data to support any performance claims definitively at this time. Early data is uncontrolled and is not statistically significant. We are underfunded for the work we plan to do. We are understaffed for the work we plan to do. Our small staff is diverted from focused attention with other jobs and many projects. All of our advisor, employment, supplier and patent license option agreements are subject to conditions which may not be met and are often in arrears due to financial constraints. We are attempting to achieve product performance goals never reached before by other groups with substantially higher amount of resources.
 
 
Sectors…
 
  • 1.  Heart & Cardiovascular.

  • 2.  Brain.

  • 3.  Cosmetic & Personal Care.

  • 4.  Major Organ Regeneration. 

  • 5.  Cancer. 

 
 
 

2018 Portfolio of Startups 

HEART AND CARDIOVASCULAR

 Second Heart Assist, Inc. – circulatory assist pumps 
 BioLeonhardt  – heart regeneration.

>  AortaCell – aorta regeneration.
>  BioPace – biological pacemaker regeneration.
>  Valvublator – heart valve regeneration.
 VibroCell CoroStim– vibrational energy to prevent clots, plaque, calcification.
 Vascustim (formerly MyoStim Peripheral)– limb blood flow improvement.
 PressureStim – bioelectric blood pressure control. 

Brain

 CerebraCell – brain regeneration.

Cosmetic & Personal Care

 Stem Cell Bra – breast regeneration.
 DentaCell Accelerator – dental gum regeneration + tooth pulp storage.
 OrthodontiCell – bioelectric teeth straightening acceleration. 
 SkinStim (formerly MyoStim Skin) – skin regeneration.
>  MyoStim ED ErectiStim – bioelectric erectile dysfunction treatment.
>  HairCell – hair regeneration 
>  TestiStim – bioelectric testosterone management and infertility treatment. 

Major Organ Regeneration 

>  EyeCell – eye regeneration.
 PancreaCell – pancreas regeneration.
>  RegenaLung – lung regeneration.
 LiverCell – liver regeneration.
>  KidneyCell – kidney regeneration.
>  EarCell – ear hearing regeneration.
 BladderCell – bladder regeneration.
 InStim – bioelectric inflammation management. 
>  PolypStim – bioelectric polyp removal.
>  Wave – bioelectric endometriosis treatment. 

>  OrthoStim – knee, bone and joint regeneration. 
>  BioLeonhardt Whole Body Regeneration – Whole body regeneration.

Cancer Treatment 

>  CancerCell – bioelectric cancer tumor treatment + regeneration.

 
 
 

Heart & Cardiovascular – 8 startups 3 at clinical stage. 

 
Second Heart Assist, Inc. www.secondheartinc.com – Developing both a temporary catheter based circulatory assist pump and a wireless powered chronic implant pump.  One competitor is on the U.S.A. market with a catheter based pump and they peaked at $21 billion valuation this year with year to year sales growth exceeding 30%.  There is no competitor yet on the market with a wireless powered chronic implant pump.   The Second Heart Assist team has completed animal studies in Boston and Ohio as well as mock loop studies at the University of Louisville and Computational Fluid Dynamics studies in Berlin, Germany.  The team has meet three times with the FDA as part of the interactive review process for an Early Feasibility Study.   The team is finishing another round of pre-clinical studies with intention to enter clinical studies in Paraguay, Australia and the USA at Ohio State University within the next 90 days.  IRB submissions have already been made.  Second Heart Assist has numerous issued patents and dozens of new patent claims pending including those covering aortic stent cage design for greater stability, vibrational harmonic resonance to prevent blood clot formations, low RPM high flow design elements intended to reduce hemolysis and mechanical breakdown risks, unique impeller shape, pulsating stent graft in upper aorta and impeller aortic stent in lower aorta in timing optimization and more.   The team expects to be in position to secure a strategic partner by spring of 2019 after clinical results from three centers.  The Second Heart Assist conforming aortic stent used on both the tip of the temporary catheter based pump and the wireless powered chronic implant is modeled after the original Leonhardt patented aortic stent graft that has world market leadership today for non-surgical repair of aortic aneurysms. 
 
BioLeonhardt www.bioleonhardt.com – Developing a combination bioelectric stimulation, micro infusion pump and fifteen component composition intended to full regenerate ailing hearts.   The Leonhardt team completed their first muscle stem cell repair of an infarcted large animal heart in 1988.  Published first bioelectric regeneration paper in Circulation in 1999.  Led team that completed landmark first ever non-surgical stem cell repair of a human heart in 2001.  The BioLeonhardt technology platform represents the culmination of everything learned by more than 100 involved researchers since the 1980’s.   Small animal feasibility studies were completed at the University of Utah last year and at the team is moving on to large animal studies at Texas Heart Institute with the team of Dr. Doris Taylor and Dr. Luis Sampaio now.  In 2017 a separate independent team in Germany published a study confirming the ability of bioelectric signaling to improve cardiac function – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5542736/.  The team has hope to launch a first-in-man study for the combination therapy in late 2019 or 2020.  If successful the BioLeonhardt technology has the potential to cut in half the more than $30 billion annual cost of caring for heart failure patients annually.  
 
Aortacell – https://leonhardtventures.com/aortacell/ – In the 1990’s the Leonhardt team revolutionized the repair of aortic aneurysms without surgery with their patented endovascular aortic stent graft system that still holds market leadership today.  The team completed the historic landmark first ever non-surgical repair of an aortic aneurysm in Australia in 1995.  Today this same team is set to obsolete their previous market leading technology with the development of AortaCell a bioelectric and biologics combination therapy to regrow and regenerate the aorta muscular wall instead of placing an artificial implant.  The team is preparing to launch large animal studies at the University of Virginia in early 2019 with intention to move to first in man study late 2019 or 2020.  The AortaCell technology has the potential to open up a whole new market segment as well in treating smaller aneurysms that are currently left into a watch and wait program today.  AortaCell may also be used to strengthen aortic walls to improve sealing results with stent grafts in cases where they still may be used in very advanced large aortic aneurysms.  The global market for aortic aneurysm repair is forecasted to soon exceed $3.8 billion annually without factoring in the new market of earlier repair non-invasively of smaller aneurysms. 
 
BioPace – https://leonhardtventures.com/bio-pace/ – Over 3 million people worldwide have an implanted electronic pacemaker with a market about to exceed $6 billion annually. The related A-Fib market is estimated to be nearly $14 billion annually. Over 400,000 deaths annually in the USA alone are attributed to electrical heart abnormalities. All healthy people function well with a natural biological pacemaker made up of living cells and healthy conduction cells within their heart. BioPace is working to develop and has patent and patent pending a pipeline of products that utilize bioelectric signaling + stem cells + growth factors + optogenetics to restore normal pacing and electrical conduction within an ailing heart. We believe restoring your own natural heart pacing function with living cells, the way it is built in the first place, is a far better alternative to getting a steel can with an electronic circuit board, battery and steel leads in your heart. BioPace is working with Electrophysiologists Dr. Alonso Moreno formerly of the University of Utah Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute, Dr. Nic Peters of Imperial Hospital London and Dr. Sergio Pinski of Cleveland Clinic Florida and we are filing multiple research grant applications as we are building and testing prototypes as well as filing new patent claims. BioPace hopes to complete animal studies in 2019 that lead to clinical studies in 2020. BioPace is dedicated to rebuilding the electrical conduction system of your own heart the same way it was built in the first place with living cells.  The intention is to regenerate your natural pacemaker instead of getting an artificial steel can and battery device. 
 
Valvublator  – www.valvublator.com –  Valvublator will significantly reduce the number of prosthetic heart valve implantations by decalcifying and rehabilitating existing heart valve tissue with an innovative and minimally invasive technique. The team that developed and patented the first percutaneous heart valve in the 1990’s intends to disrupt its own invention with this advanced innovation. This technology allows people to keep their own heart valve by cleaning, maintaining and regenerating their own heart valves, just as dental hygiene controls plaque formation on your teeth. The result is a healthier, longer-lasting natural heart. It is expected to have a major disruptive impact on the $20 billion prosthetic heart valve market. Led by medical device veteran Richard Henson and notable international experts in the field, the development team is creating and testing prototypes and additional patents. Valvublator hopes to complete pre-clinical studies in 2019 with intention to launch a first-in-man study in Italy with Dr. Antonio Colombo in 2020.
 
VibroCell Corostim – https://leonhardtventures.com/vibrocell/ – Blood clot, calcification and plaque formation on blood contact surfaces is a leading cause of death. Thrombosis alone contributes to more than 52.8 million deaths annually according to the GBD. The CoroStim VibroCell team has developed a vibrational harmonic resonance energy technology that it believes can possibly stop blood clots, calcification and plaque from forming on both natural and artificial blood contact surfaces. Blood clots have been the Achille’s Heel of long term circulatory assist support devices and heart valves. Current Status – Patents filed. Building prototypes for testing. Seeking out research collaborators.  Working with Queensland University Brisbane, Australia and research collaborators in Pittsburgh and Utah to launch animal studies
 
Vascustim – www.vascustim.com – ;Over 1 million diabetic related amputations are expected this year alone. Over 23 million amputations are expected by 2030. The diabetes population is exploding rising from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014 and expected to increase by 25 to 50% more by 2030. Vascustim through collaborations has completed clinical studies in Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and Mexico in more than 70 patients utilizing bioelectric microcurrent stimulation and/or stem cells. Over 30 papers have been published by a variety of teams from around the world documenting the benefits of bioelectric stimulation in improving wound healing A separate study was completed independently by researchers in Czech Republic demonstrating the benefit of adding selected growth factors. We partnered with Axolotl Biologics  amniotic fluid compositions have documented dozens of cases of diabetic leg and foot wound healing and numerous independent studies have been published documenting the same.  Their processing preserves exosomes for longer length growth factor expressions.  We also developed and have patent pending bioelectric PRF platlet rich fibrin which has demonstrated incredible healing properties in multiple applications  The VascuStim approach is to combine specific bioelectric stimulation signals for stem cell homing, blood vessel growth, healing and tissue regeneration with stem cells and selected growth factors for healing diabetic foot and leg ulcers and for limb salvage. In some studies in some countries such as the USA we will utilize only bioelectric stimulation and amniotic fluid membranes to get started due to regulatory constraints. Our bench top bioelectric stimulator via our manufacturing partner in California already has FDA 510K market clearance for improving blood circulation. Amniotic fluid membranes are already marketed under the homologous exemption.  Current Status = We now are launching a worldwide paid registry clinical trial at multiple centers with plans for us getting paid for the product during the studies under category B designation reimbursement.
 
Pressurestim – www.pressurestim.com – In the USA alone over 80 million people have high blood pressure.  1 out of every 3 Americans. Many millions also have low blood pressure problems. Pressurestim is developing a bioelectric solution to high and low blood pressure with small bioelectric stimulators the size of nickel placed in strategic locations. A clinical study has been completed in China with positive results and studies are now moving to other OUS locations. 
 
 
 
Brain 
 
Cerebracell – www.cerebracell.com – utilizes bioelectrics and biologics for brain regeneration.  Entering studies now at McGowan Regenerative Medicine Institute in Pittsburgh.  Team has developed a “brain saving helmet” for non-invasive reduction of brain injury following strokes and traumatic brain injuries.  The group is developing treatments for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and epilepsy as well.  The Pittsburgh team previously published positive results in animal studies with their ECM matrix biologics solution. The new study combines bioelectrics with biologics to attempt to improve upon results.  A separate Stanford independent clinical study recently showed the ability to get wheelchair bound post stroke patients to get up and walk again with a single treatment with injected modified stem cells.  The CerebraCell team is working to improve upon their results.
 
 

Cosmetic & Personal Care – All 7 products at clinical stage of development 

 
SkinStim – www.skin-stim.com – Entering clinical studies now in Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and South Africa.  Face and neck skin regeneration.  Product features controlled stem cell homing and tropoelastin release for increasing elasticity.  
 
HairCell – www.haircellstim.com – Launched clinical study in South Africa and about to launch in other locations.  Targeting 30% hair density growth. 
 
MyoStim ED –  www.erectistim.com – Completed and published first clinical study with 85% success results over placebo with one signal tested.  Launching new study with multiple signals targeting 100% success of ED recovery. 
 
TestiStim – www.testistim.com – Issued patented for bioelectric underwear for testosterone management.  Pilot clinical evaluation completed with successful results. Moving to larger scale pilot studies. 
 
OrthodontiCell – www.orthodonticell.com – Targeting to reduce time to straighten teeth by 2/3rds and to freeze stabilized teeth straight after straightening.  Market leader Align Technology peaked at $30.9 billion valuation this year and was no. 1 S&P 500 stock of 2017.  They charge > $4000 and take > 18 months to straighten teeth and have no technology to keep them straight.   We believe we can straighten teeth in 6 months and keep them straight.  Entering clinical trials now at multiple sites.  Research collaborators published positive animal study. 
 
DentaCell – www.dentacellaccelerator.com – Multiple dentistry products in development utilizing combination of bioelectrics and biologics. 
 
Stem Cell Bra – www.stemcellbra.com – Sheep studies demonstrate up to 30% increase in breast fullness volume with only one hour of wear of the Stem Cell Bra every other day for 4 weeks.  Now moving to clinical studies in South Africa and other locations. 
 
 
 
Major Organ Regeneration – Up to 4 products entering clinical stage of development of 12 in group. 
 
>  BladderCell – www.bladdercell.com –  bladder regeneration for incontinence treatment – entering clinical trials in Brazil. 
>  OrthoStim – www.ortho-stim.com knee regeneration – entering clinical trials in Los Angeles area. 
>  EyeCell – https://leonhardtventures.com/eyecell/ – eye regeneration – completed grant supported study at U of Utah in small animals.  Now moving to large animal studies. 
 PancreaCell – https://leonhardtventures.com/pancreacell/ -pancreas regeneration – preparing for large animal studies at University of Miami.  Finalist last year in ADA Innovation Awards. 
>  RegenaLung – https://leonhardtventures.com/regenalung/ –  lung regeneration – preparing to enter animal studies. 
 LiverCell – https://leonhardtventures.com/livercell/ –  liver regeneration – preparing to enter animal studies in Pittsburgh. 
>  KidneyCell – www.kidney-cell.com – kidney regeneration – preparing to enter animal studies in Pittsburgh. 
>  EarCell – www.ear-cell.com – ear hearing regeneration – searching for research collaborators. 
 InStim – www.instimcell.com – bioelectric inflammation management – planning clinical trials in China.  Real time read and customized bioelectric inflammation management via anti-inflammatory cytokine expressions. 
>  PolypStim – www.polypstim.com – bioelectric polyp, cyst or fibroid treatment – preparing for animal studies that lead into clinical studies.  
>  Wave – www.wave-stim.com – bioelectric endometriosis treatment – preparing for clinical studies in Brazil. 
>  BioLeonhardt Whole Body Regeneration – https://leonhardtventures.com/bioleonhardt-whole-body/ – whole body regeneration chamber – filing National Science Foundation SBIR grant application.  Developing a “womb” for adults.  Intended to reduce age by 30 years and extend life by 30 years. 
 
 
 
Cancer 
 
CancerCell – www.cancercellinc.com –  bioelectric cancer therapy – entering animal studies at UCLA.  Multiple issued patents and many pending.  Read cancer tumor and custom deliver bioelectric signaling sequence designed to jam communication, trigger immune response, starve blood supply, halt cell division, rupture cancer cells, manage inflammation, re-program cancer cells and after tumor is eradicated regenerate the organ.  Two competitors Novocure and Pulsed Biosciences both published recently successful clinic results with bioelectric therapies for cancer.  They reached $2 billion and $550 million valuations after pilot study results.  Novocure only jams communication.  Pulsed Biosciences slightly triggers a partial immune response. We believe our multi-modality CancerCell approach which is customized based on reading tumors will prove out to provide superior results in upcoming studies. 
 
 
QUOTE – “These are forward looking projections. As we are a startup the only thing we can guarantee is that we will miss them over and over again, until we survive our own mistakes” Rachid Sefrioui, Professional Investor, Venture Capitalist @ Finaventures, Entrepreneur
 
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These risks include…
1. Startups may not have or secure resources to brings it products to market.
2. None of these startups have tested their products sufficiently enough to make any definitive product or company performance claims.
3. The startups patents pending may not be issued. Patent license agreements may not hold up.
4. All the company agreements, including patent licenses, supply and research agreements are subject to conditions which may not be met or may not have already been met to keep them active and enforceable.
5. The company with a small staff undertaking so many activities is bound to have mistakes in information and outdated information on selected web sites and other documents.
6. Any early stage investment is high risk but these startups are even higher risk since they attempt to take on very large medical problems where other firms with much more substantial resources have failed.
7. No other firm has been highly successful financially in stem cell or bioelectric based organ regeneration. Most of the startups in these accelerators are attempting to do something which has never been done before.
8. Traditionally it costs hundreds of millions of dollars just to bring one of these products to market and many years of development by a focused team of professionals. This accelerator business model attempts to bring up to 30 innovations through first-in-man studies with a substantially smaller staff with dramatically substantially less resources than our traditionally required for even one startup of this type. This in and of itself is and indicator of associated extremely high investment risk.
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10. Research projects started may not be finished for a variety of reasons.
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