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Erste Klage gegen Nobelpreis-Organisation wegen Verleumdung und unlauterem Wettbewerb eingereicht
Date:12/7/2012

LOS ANGELES, 7. Dez. 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Rongxiang Xu, der Begründer der „Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science" (z. Dt.: Regenerative Wissenschaft zur Restaurierung des menschlichen Körpers) und ein bekannter Biowissenschaftler und Mediziner, hat heute Klage gegen die Nobelversammlung des Karolinska-Instituts (The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet) eingereicht – ein schwedisches Unternehmen, das auch als Nobelförsamlingen bekannt ist. Die Nobelversammlung des Karolinska-Instituts ist ein Gremium, das den Nobelpreis für Physiologie oder Medizin vergibt. Die Klage wegen Verleumdung und unlauterem Wettbewerb wurde vor dem Justizzentrum des Obersten Gerichtshof des Bundesstaats Kalifornien in Orange County eingereicht.

Als einer der führenden Wissenschaftler der Welt entdeckte Dr. Xu im Jahre 1984 die Existenz „regenerativer Zellen", die erst später – im Zuge seiner Studie zur Verbrennungsmedizin aus dem Jahr 2000, die 20 Millionen Brandopfer aus 73 Ländern geholfen hat – als Keratin-19-positive Stammzellen identifiziert wurden (US-Patent: 6991813B2). Nun behauptet der Kläger, dass sein guter Ruf in der Branche aufgrund einer Erklärung des Beklagten, der Nobelversammlung, gelitten habe und dass die Versammlung Dr. Xu mit ihrer Vorgehensweise unmittelbar geschadet habe. In der Klageschrift wird behauptet, die Nobelversammlung habe mit ihren Meldungen zum Nobelpreis in praktisch jeder bedeutenden Nachrichtenagentur und Publikation der Welt erfolgreich für großes Medieninteresse gesorgt, wodurch belegt ist, dass sie die individuelle Wahrnehmung durch Falschdarstellungen beeinflussen kann.

„Mein wichtigster Beweggrund für die Einreichung dieser Klage war, die falschen und irreführenden Erklärungen der Akademie bezüglich der Erhaltung der Menschheit und zukünftiger Generationen richtigzustellen. Die biowissenschaftliche Forsch
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