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UAHC Featured in Fast Company Magazine - Market Details Sure to Excite Readers and Investors
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UAHC Subsidiary American Sustainable Rubber Company, LLC Garners Coverage in Fast Company Magazine

CHICAGO, March 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - United American Healthcare Corporation (OTC: UAHC), an emerging technology holding company, today announced its wholly-owned subsidiary American Sustainable Rubber Company, LLC (“ASR”), garnered media coverage in Fast Company Magazine.

“It is an honor for American Sustainable Rubber and Dr. Katrina Cornish, our scientific advisor, to be featured in such a prominent media outlet,” said Timothy J. Madden, President of ASR. “Our company is dedicated to commercializing the TK Dandelion as a domestic source of natural rubber to help address the issue of America’s reliance on foreign imports. It is exciting for our company’s vision to be seen.”

In an article titled, Indoor Farms Full of Dandelions Could Be our Future Source of Rubber, published on March 22, 2019 by Fast Company Magazine, American Sustainable Rubber scientific advisor, Dr. Katrina Cornish, explains in depth that genetically modified dandelions could be grown in hydroponic farms to harvest latex from the plant’s root, which could supply rubber for tires, shoes, flooring, and thousands of other products that currently source rubber from Southeast Asian forests.

In the article, Dr. Cornish explains, “Demand for rubber is constantly increasing.” She goes on to define what a world without rubber would mean and the economic consequences that would occur if that were the case. Currently, the demand for rubber in tires has driven deforestation in Southeast Asian forests. “We must not continue to rely on a clonal tree that is disease sensitive. If the disease were to spread in Southeast Asia, the rubber plantations could be wiped out within a year,” says Dr. Cornish.

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