Gaston Naessens, ND is the president, founder, and CEO of Cerbe Distribution, Inc., a private laboratory in Québec, Canada specializing in fundamental research in biology, including hematology.
Cerbe is also the manufacturer of Triméthylaminohydroxybicycloheptane chloride (714X) for which four patents have been granted [2003 (USA), 2005 (Europe), 2010 (Canada) and 2014 (Japan)].
He is a biologist researcher engineer and developed a revolutionary microscope, called the somatoscope, capable of observing unstained living matter. The somatoscope enabled him to discover a new particle in human blood, he calls the somatid. From this, he developed the Somatidian theory and developed new responses to diseases affecting the immune system.