Global Financial Capital of New York — Seven Projects in Favor of Life on Earth

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For Immediate Release • July 9, 2007

Contact: Norman Zierold


Investors Invited to Establish 200 Special Hospitals
Offering Unified Field-Based Approach to Health Care

NIH-Funded Research Verifies Beneficial Effects
for Combating Heart Disease, Improving Brain Functioning


“How Unified Field-Based Health Will Transform Health Care”
Tuesday, July 10 • 11:30 AM
Global Financial Capital of New York
70 Broad Street

(NEW YORK) Today’s disease-ridden, problem-ridden health care system, which teeters on the brink of bankruptcy in almost every country, can be completely revitalized through a proven new “Unified Field-based” approach to health care that not only effectively treats and prevents disease and dramatically reduces costs, but also can greatly improve health and extend lifespan.

This will be the message delivered to UN ambassadors and government and health leaders by Dr. John Hagelin, world-renowned quantum physicist and executive director of the International Center for Invincible Defense in New York City, along with a panel of distinguished health experts during the “Global Conference on Unified Field-Based Health Care” on Tuesday, July 10, at the Global Financial Capital of New York, 70 Broad Street.

The conference will be webcast live at Press are invited to attend in person.

Dr. Hagelin said that more than 650 scientific studies conducted at 250 universities and research institutions in 33 countries have verified the profound health benefits of this Unified Field-based approach. For example, the National Institutes of Health in the United States has awarded tens of millions of dollars to document the effectiveness of the Transcendental Meditation technique of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for the prevention and treatment of heart disease, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, atherosclerosis, stroke, high cholesterol, and heart failure.

Dr. Hagelin will also announce details of the $2.6 billion program of the Global Financial Capital of New York to establish 200 special hospitals in the 37 countries with the highest per capita.

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