Immune system stimulant

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Immune system stimulant

by Michael_B_5 on Wed Sep 03, 2003 12:00 AM

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I was diagnosed with cancer that has metasticized to my peritoneum, from, it is strongly suspected, an unknown location in my GI tract. I also have prostate cancer that is still contained within the prostate bulb. The prostate cancer was diagnosed first acoupl of months ago, I started taking a supliment called Transfer Factor Plus, which the manufacturer claims, increases the number of macrophages produced by the immume system. My PSA count, which was 11, when I started taking TF+, is now 10. As this new threat is more pressing, I'm wondering if the macrophages will goto work on the cancer cells in my peritoneum. I am currently looking for clinical trials to participate in.

RE: Immune system stimulant

by Conrad_C on Tue Sep 09, 2003 12:00 AM

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Hi Michael, I would check with the manufacturers on that one; if you check on 4life's website, you should get the number for such enquiries. Macrophages (big eaters) are one of a number of vital immune-stimulating components, so taking the product should make a beneficial difference to your health regardless.

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by Rafi_1 on Tue Aug 17, 2004 12:00 AM

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Hi! I hope you are doing better. My father of 82 yrs. was diagnosed with prostate cancer 3 months ago with a PSA of 86.50. In June he started with proscar pills and they put an injection in his stomach (for part of treatment) it is for shrinking the inflammation. Still I know that what has brought his PSA. to only 6.00 in 2 months has been him finally starting to pray to God.

Transfer Factor Plus

by Deppie on Tue Feb 22, 2005 12:00 AM

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Michael, if you would go to the National Medical Library (www.PubMed.com) and type in Transfer Factor Plus, in the search bar, you will get a list of research/data on this product. Everyone should probably be using this as an assist to building up the immune system. The research data shows a patient improvement using TFP with the patient's drug regimen. I wish you well. Dorothy P.
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