Research Team

Dr. C. W. Diggs – Chairman & Inventor

Dr. C. Wynee Diggs, of Liberia, West Africa, has worked in many capacities throughout her career.  She received her doctorate of ministry in Liberia and today is considered a humanitarian and missionary.  Through her humanitarian efforts, she uncovered the combination of ingredients that would enhance the health and lives of individuals infected with HIV/AIDS and TB.  Her holistic approach to this cure has allowed her to treat many people in her region who have been stricken with this deadly virus.

Dr. Diggs built relationships with doctors and HIV/AIDS clinics in her area to share with them what BNEERS’ compound has to offer.  In 2010 BNEERS was formed to bring this discovery to those infected worldwide. Dr. Diggs is chairman and the primary inventor of the cure for HIV/AIDS and other terminal illnesses.

 

Dr. Yuntao Wu – Lead Scientist, George Mason University

Dr. Wu earned a PhD in 1998 from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.  He is a Professor of Microbiology & Infectious Diseases at George Mason University.  During the last 15 years, Dr. Wu’s research has concerned HIV replication as well as signaling molecules and cytoskeletal factors that play roles in HIV-1 replication.  He has acquired specialized knowledge relevant to HIV-1 infection and related molecular mechanisms.  His laboratory was established in the summer of 2004. The lab studies HIV-1 infection of human immune cells such as CD4 T cells and macrophages. HIV-1, the human immunodeficiency virus, attacks cells in the immune system and causes AIDS, which affects more than 30 million people worldwide.  The research focuses on viral-host interactions, as well as on the development of novel therapeutics. The research is also a dynamic program, which is making groundbreaking discoveries. Dr. Wu’s lab will continuously push new frontiers in the better understanding of the virus, and thus better tools can be developed to fight the disease.