History

There has been and still is extensive research on frequency treatment with millimeter waves. Today, that research is very much about instruments for diagnostics but also about the treatment of various diseases. A positive effect has been seen with instruments that create millimeter waves on biological objects.There was a big leap forward when a suspension was created that contained live yeast cells that had been frequency treated.The product was named Milmed and (the old) Milmed AB was started in 2007 to continue the research and later apply for patents on this form of treatment. Case studies began and the scientific work took a new development when the collaboration with Professor Trevor Archer began in 2008.

Six animal studies were conducted in 2008 - 2010 at Uppsala University where Trevor Archer was responsible for research. The results from studies became the basis for a patent application in 2010 for the treatment of degenerative diseases.Various studies were carried out the following years and in 2016 a R&D collaboration began with Sapienza University in Rome with Professor Rita Businaro as research leader. The in vitro based research was initially focused on demonstrating that Milmed had no toxicity, which also emerged. In parallel, an IPO was planned.

In order to fund the research on Sapienza and prepare for an upcoming IPO, a convertible issue of 3 MSEK was carried out in 2016. In 2017, everything changed for Milmed AB when the main owner and the largest investor unexpectedly passed away. Other shareholders did not have the possibility to continue to provide sufficient capital for the Company’s research and ongoing costs.In the summer of 2018, the situation became critical for (the old) Milmed AB, which had large accounts payable and no possibility to pay the annual fees for the patents.

In this situation, the current CEO, Thomas Lenz, negotiated to buy all IP rights for a new company. The new company was started in the autumn of 2018 under the name Milmed Unico AB and all IP rights were transferred to this company. The old company has only received payment for the IP assets and has no more future compensation of royalties or the like. R&D continues in Milmed Unico AB, a number of feasibility studies with a product focused on the allergy area have shown a positive effect. It also laid the foundation for the next patentarea and the patent application was filed in October 2019 and approved in October 2020.

An extended research agreement withSapienza University was signed in April 2019 where indications of a new treatment area will be studied in more depth.An important priority in Milmed Unico AB has from the start been to be able to produce the product in dry form. After just over two years of work with research and testing of the dry product, it will now be completed in collaboration with Jästbolaget AB in April 2021. The first product focusing on the allergy area is called ALNOZINE™ and will be produced in capsule form during the first half of 2021.

Timeline

2021

We move from a suspension to dry capsules.

2021

Collaboration agreement signed with MedicorentInt. AB.

2021

New partners with Pharma competence join us.

2020

Approval of patent for treatment of allergic disorders.

2019

Submission of patent application for the treatment of allergic disorders.

2019

Sapienza conducts studies showing that Milmedhas zero toxicity.

2018

Allergy study showed very clear indications of a positive effect against allergic disorders.

2018

Funding of ongoing operations, new partners come in and Milmed Unico AB buys all intellectual property rights from the"old Milmed AB”.

2017

Research agreement signed with Sapienza University in Rome, Europe's largest university.

2016

Studies that all show a faster recovery and increased number of immune markers in the blood.

2014

Research starts to go from a suspension to dry form, capsules.

2011

First patent approved, patent protection in 11 countries.

2009

Filing of patent application for treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.

2008-2014

Several studies with mice show reconstruction of the neurodegenerative systems of Parkinson’s disease mice.

2005

The whole operation is moved to Sweden.

1960-2000

Many studies are conducted to prove what the effects of millimeter waves have on living cells.

1960

Professor MB Golant discover the effect of millimeter waves have  on biological objects.