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Part 6: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Dr. Paul Pearce of the Pearce Foundation

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Conroe, TX -- Dr. Pearce, who holds a PhD in Microbiology and has vast experience in the healthcare field, says that trends related to third party payors and reimbursement mean people are going home sicker and quicker. Should they have an issue that causes readmission before 30 days, the hospital stay likely won’t be covered at all. That is why he wants to collaborate with other specialists, share knowledge, and offer services that can help people heal more safely and quickly at home. So, he established the Pearce Foundation for Science and Medicine, an extension of his commitment to disseminating knowledge and driving improvement toward a Full Recovery.

Pearce seeks to share the know-how from his over forty years of experience in clinical laboratory testing. This includes time as the CEO of Nova Biologicals in Conroe Texas, which was founded back in1993 to meet the demand for public water testing. His firm has experience testing for many substances and contaminants in air, water and surfaces and was recently in a Houston newspaper for swabbing and evaluating shopping carts at Target, Kroger’s and other popular markets.

Germ detection is one area Dr. Pearce and the foundation he established can help address. They can also test air quality and water quality in the home or extended care facility, where patients will be recovering.

Paul J. Pearce says he was blessed with a great family, career, and education, and that he just couldn’t let an opportunity to share all that go by. He says he derives incredible satisfaction from applying what he knows, especially when it can benefit mankind.

For more information about Dr. Pearce and his work, visit http://www.novatx.com

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