Diabetes Relief Announces New Chief Medical Officer

Diabetes Relief LLC is pleased to announce that Brian Loveridge, M.D., has been named its new Chief Medical Officer for the entire operation. Dr. Loveridge replaces Stanley T. Lewis, Jr., M.D., who has served Diabetes Relief so well since 2016 in developing its patented and patent-pending treatment for metabolic disorder. Dr. Lewis is named Senior Medical Advisor and will continue to serve on the company’s Medical Advisory Board as he is becoming more involved in international pursuits with his other medical and business interests. Dr. Loveridge will continue to serve as Medical Director for the Utah facility, and he will continue his very important work with Diabetes Relief’s training and educational sessions for licensees.

Diabetes Relief Utah Clinic Wins Award!

Through the efforts of Facility Manager Brandi Messerly, Diabetes Relief Utah Layton LLC has received the Davis Chamber of Commerce “Business Innovation Award” for 2020. At a banquet held on January 24, Dr. Brian Loveridge proudly accepted the award. Each year the Davis Chamber of Commerce presents its Annual Business Awards in several categories. For the “Innovation Award,” a business is judged on its effective use of innovation. The judging panel is interested in uncovering how technology, or other innovative techniques or practices, have made a difference in the company’s business and/or in the community.

Diabetes Relief’s Intellectual Property Increasing

We are very proud to announce that the United States Patent Office has issued our second patent on our treatment for metabolic disorder:  United States Patent No. 10,533,990, “Physiologic Insulin-Sensitivity Improvement,” dated January 14, 2020. This is a “method” patent, which we add to our “kit” patent issued in 2017. Diabetes Relief still has a patent pending for a “system” patent, and the Patent Examiner is the same one who granted issuance of our first patent. Diabetes Relief is hopeful that this increased intellectual property will help us to reach more and more suffering patients through its many licensees in the USA and beyond.             We have also received another copyright, this one for our updated “Glucose Homeostasis” information chart used in training sessions, bringing our total registered copyrights to four.             With our trademark for “Diabetes Relief,” we are pleased to announce this growth in our collection of intellectual…


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