To All that May be Interested:
I am Samuel C. Evans. I originated the project to develop a "liquid condom" that would protect women from contracting HIV/AIDS. I was introduced to Dr. Bob Yang, who arranged for me to be invited to come to China to develop this project.
Dr. Yang did not invent Genvia as he claims. He did oversee the project and he did have the connections with key scientist in Nanjing, China to develop the formula for this product. However, Genvia was developed by a team of scientists, with Bob Yang as the overall project coordinator.
The testing was done at the China Academy of Medicine, STD and Leprosy Division. And, several other highly prestigious institutions, in China. Based on all testing and clinical trials, Genvia was approved by the Ministry of Health, for national distribution, in China,in 2000. In 2003, Genvia was registered in India.
Dr. Yang was an employee of Evans-Carter International, Inc. which put up 100% of the funding to develop Genvia. Dr. Yang was acting as General Manager but no more than that.
It is not my purpose here to call Dr. Yang any names or give him any labels. However, once Genvia was developed and approved, Dr. Yang's behavior changed so radically he did not seem the same person.
Each year, China host a huge fair to introduce new high-tech products. In October 2000, Genvia won the prestigious Nanjing Hi-Tech Achievement Award, and was endorsed by the New and High-Tech Achievement Exposition.
In 2001, Dr. Yang sued our company claiming, first, we owned him a month's salary. Then he raised it higher and higher. We hired a lawyer and went to court. Dr. Yang lost the case when we were able to show wiring his last month's salary to Nanjing, at his request.
Anonmous letters were then sent to government officials, denouncing people who had helped with the project. This was the worse part of the entire episode. I will not say Dr. Yang sent those letters but I do not know anyone else in China who remotely had an interest to do so.
Genvia is fully approved in China, where it is manufactured. Splendo is one of several knock-offs of Genvia, however, that is a common practice and very hard to prevent.
Dr. Yang and I widely disagree on the use of the formula for Genvia. Dr. Yang dreams of making a "huge fortune" with this product. My idea was, and is, to use the product to stop the spread of AIDS by giving it to those countries where AIDS is spreading as an epidemic.
To that end, I developed the Africa AIDS Plan, to use Genvia to distribute to those countries where AIDS is killing millions of people and creating millions of orphans. I would like to make money, but, first, let's stop AIDS.
I also developed a plan called NABU, which is an acronym for No AIDS Between Us. The key to using Genvia to stop AIDS is educating women on self-protection against AIDS. The product does work very effectively and can save millions of women from AIDS. Genvia also works against most known sexually transmitted diseases.
Anyone seeking proof of what I am saying can write me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send them by mail a copy of the approval for Genvia, dated, January 2000.
Since 2001, I have worked non-stop to introduce Genvia to stop the global spread of AIDS, starting in Africa. The Africa AIDS Plan will work on a global scale. However, the cost of doing this is very expensive and finding support has not been easy.