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RNA Disease Diagnostics (RNADD) was formed to create a best-in-class rapid and accurate molecular diagnostic technology platform that will democratize point of care and home use testing and contribute to the prevention of infectious disease transmission and to better the health of the citizens of the world. The Company plans to leverage its proprietary AntiSense RNA molecular diagnostic platform across multiple diseases and to create highly accurate, quick, affordable, and minimally invasive disease diagnostic testing kits. Working with the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) RNADD has secured an exclusive global license to a cutting-edge molecular sensor technology.

RNADD’s initial focus is to deploy AntiSense molecular diagnostic Point Of Care (POC) and Home Use Test (HUT) rapid diagnostic testing kits. The Company operates out of New York, Baltimore, and Toronto, Canada.

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RNA Disease Diagnostics Secures Exclusive License to Ground-Breaking RNA-Based Molecular Lateral Flow Assay Technology

November 9, 2021

RNA Disease Diagnostics, Inc. (“RNADD” or the “Company”), a company developing a best-in-class molecular diagnostics platform to democratize point-of-care and home-use infectious disease detection, announced today that it has secured an exclusive global license to a rapid ribonucleic acid (“RNA”)-based molecular Lateral Flow Assay (“LFA”) technology jointly owned by the University of Maryland, Baltimore (“UMB”) and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (“UMBC”).

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Board-Certified Internist and Renowned Professional Sports Team Physician, Dr. Michael S. Farber, Joins RNA Disease Diagnostics’ Advisory Board

September 2, 2021

RNA Disease Diagnostics, Inc. (RNADD), a company developing a best-in-class molecular diagnostics platform to democratize point-of-care and home-use infectious disease detection, announced today the appointment of Michael S. Farber, M.D. to its Advisory Board.

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