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Part 3: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Dr. Paul J. Pearce of Nova Biologicals

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Conroe, TX -- Every day a new threat to your health and safety is announced in the media--like the recall of turkey products tainted by salmonella, a new strain of antibiotic resistant bacteria, E. coli in your lettuce or lead in your water. Thanks to scientist Paul Pearce, PhD, and his knowledge and experience in the laboratory sciences, ,we can all sleep more comfortably at night.

That’s because this exceptional guest, President and founder of Texas-based Nova Biologicals had the skills and foresight to address, in 1993,  the vast need for public drinking water testing and to keep on extending the company’s range of laboratory testing services.

His company’s success can be attributed to many things including Dr. Pearce’s “entrepreneurial gene,” a no-holds-barred approach to quality, and a team of scientists who are highly-qualified, loyal and totally committed to their work. They check out anything that might have a microbial component which could include our air and soil, as well as the medical equipment used by doctors and hospitals and the stem cell preparations that represent the latest therapeutic miracle. They can even help a hospital identify potential contamination risks and meet the strictest Quality Assurance risk and safety regulations as required by The Joint Commission and Federal regulatory authorities.

Dr. Paul Pearce will be featured in a 12-part series on CUTV News Radio and each episode will explore a different aspect of how Nova Biologicals and its scientists identify the presence of microorganisms and chemicals.

To learn more about Dr. Paul Pearce, please visit http://www.novatx.com

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