The rest of your life begins now.
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Dr. Alderman: My name is Doctor Leonard J. Alderman, (Dr. Leonard J Alderman fades in at the bottom of the screen.) I'm director of medical research at Lifes Blood Labs. (Goes in closer to Dr. Alderman, and the text disappears.) We at lifesblood are on the forefront of radical advances of modern day science and medicine. We use cutting edge technology, as we strive towards one, fundamental goal. To make this world a better, healthier, place for all. (Cuts to Dr. Alderman, up from his chair, walking around the rim of the desk.) As of last week, we have made our first significant breakthrough in the field of regenerative medicine. (Slowly zooms in on Dr. Alderman.) One of our Dutch geneticists has been experimenting with recombinant nucleic acids, to astonishing results! He discovered a unique, ribozyme, capable of refreshing telomeres, and creating billions of hyper strong, white blood cells. (Cuts to another shot of Dr. Alderman.) When injected into the blood stream of test subjects, we've discovered that these cells have the power to cure a million of aliments, anything from the chronic cold to cancer. (Cuts to another shot again, closer to his face.) Lifesblood is currently working to modify, and synthesize the synside into a concentrated, liquid compound. One which we've tentatively named Hetlevan. Based on the Dutch word for life. (Cuts back to a bigger picture.) But this is just one of many trials ongoing at our facility. The promise of what we can do has been made a reality, thanks to the bright young minds working for us. And, our amazing bard of trustees. We all share one core belief. That mankind himself should be the master of his own future. (Cuts closer again.) Lifesbloodlabs, the rest of your life begins now.
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This video was posted on YouTube on a newly created channel, LifesBloodLabs.
The Dutch word for life is actually "leven". "het leven" means: the life. "hetlevan" however means nothing at all.