Tiny Microchip Company May Have Figured Out How To “Delete” Disease – Billionaire Investors Rush In

Take a look at this strange code:

Believe it or not – that’s a sequence of digitized DNA.

Now watch this:

See that highlighted area in blue? That’s cancer.

And it’s just been deleted.

Dr. Eric Pierce says, “Once the [DNA] is edited, it’s permanent and [should] persist for the life of the patient.”

John Sculley, Former Apple CEO says this “Has the potential to cure 85% of cancers within five years and to cure people with stage four lung cancer in a matter of weeks.”

And Vanguard’s global Head of Investment says, “If I had to pick one field that was going to be bigger than the Internet it would be [this] technology.”

So it’s no wonder that the world’s richest billionaires are rushing to get a piece this little-known company.

  • Jeff Bezos just added $100 million.
  • Bill Gates’ fund is throwing in $429 million and says it’s “one of the most powerful technologies of the 21st century.”
  • Mark Zuckerberg’s $3 billion fund just backed it.
  • And Peter Thiel – a man that Forbes, Fortune, and The New Yorker all call the best tech investor in history…he just added $110 million.

Fortunately, it’s not too late for “the little guy” to get a piece of the action as well.

This company’s stock is still only trading for around $2 per share, and I believe it’s set to lead an industry with a projected 200,000% growth over the next 5 years alone.

That means even a modest grubstake could turn into a small fortune.

This could be the biggest mega-trend of the next two decades and right now it’s still possible to get in early.

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