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  • 1. TOGETHER, BUILDING PEOPLETMTransferceutical Science & TM Transfer Factor
  • 2. TransferceuticalTM Science • The discovery of an “immune molecule” in the human white blood cell in 1949 by Dr. H. Sherwood Lawrence has paved the way to the birth of this newest science in wellness. • Pharmaceutical science deals with synthetic form of medicine (drugs). • Nutraceutical - nutritional supplementTransferceutical is the “transfer of immunity” from animmune donor to non-immune recipient; the FASTEST wayof boosting the immune system. - This deals with TRANSFER FACTOR molecules -
  • 3. Serial Immune TransfersIn 1949throughTB skin test• In 1955, H. Sherwood Lawrence repeated this experiment consecutively in human subjects• He has proven that immune response can be transferred serially from person to person Transfer of immune response from an immune donor to non-immune recipient
  • 4. Transfer Factors Molecule • Transfer factors are tiny protein molecules found in colostrums of mothers few days after giving birth in both human and mammals• It transfers the immune experience (learned exposures to several diseases) of mothers’ immune system to the naïve immune system of babies COLOSTRUM Jumpstarts the baby’s immune recognition ability against several types of pathogens or microbes – bacteria, viruses, parasites and other germs. An Immune
  • 5. Transfer Factors Molecule • Human infants receive 60% of immune support while in the womb, 40% from colostrum (Ratio: 60/40)• Colostrum contains all of the immune factors necessary for protecting the newborn from bacteria, allergens, toxins and viruses COLOSTRUMIf a calf does not receive colostrum, they will die within a weeks time.
  • 6. Transfer Factors Molecule Transfer Factors • Transfer factors - immune memory molecules • Transfer factors are naturally made by the immune system for the Immune Cell immune system• Hence, this is not a DRUG, not a VITAMIN, not a MINERAL, not HERB, not HORMONE, not ANTI- OXIDANT.Transfer factors are non-specie specific molecules.Uniform chemical structure across humans, mammals and even to avians (birds).
  • 7. Borrowing Immunity from Animals • The homogeneity of Transfer Factor molecules across species boundary gives the opportunity of borrowing immunity from animals• Animals possesses heroic immune systems than humans due to the non-hygienic nature of their lives. They eat food with dirt - germs 4Life Research, LLC invented a patented process ofisolating these molecules from cow colostrum and chicken egg yolk. - Ultra Filtration Process -
  • 8. How Transfer Factors are Made? Transfer Factors === T - Cell• After a successful battle from a disease, i.e.; chicken pox, the disease, (type/strain) was remembered (recorded) to prevent future recurrence of the same disease – immunity was developedThe immune cells called “T-Cells” produces these molecules and used as well to inform the rests of non-immune T-cells
  • 9. Disease to Recovery Phase (7-14 days) Substance that Big eaters: induces immune granulates reaction microbesThe immune system carries a record of memory of every antigen a person encounter. - The Merck Manual of Medical Information -
  • 10. The Role of Transfer Factors Dr. Rob Robertson, M.D. -- "Transfer factors are tiny protein molecules that are produced by immune cells called T- cells. It allows the immune system to remember conditions for which immunity has already been established. When a person has been infected, for example, with chicken pox in childhood, their body develops a memory of that illness, and prevents the person from becoming re-infectedDr. Robertson received with it later in life." University of Louisville School of his medical degree from theMedicine in 1974. He served as the Director of Emergency Services at Western BaptistHospital in Paducah, KY.
  • 11. The Role of Transfer FactorsDrs. Greg B. Wilson, Ph.D. & James B. Daily, Jr., Ph.D."Transfer factors are small molecular messengersproduced by immune T-lymphocytes. The message theyprovide is a specific description of an invadingpathogen. Using transfer factors, immune T-lymphocytes can transfer the ability to recognizeinvading pathogen to previously naïve lymphocytes. Inother words, one T-lymphocyte tells another what theenemy looks like so that a coordinated attack can bemounted." Transfer FactorsCell-Mediated Immunity(CMI) T - Cell
  • 12. Sources of Transfer Factors • Originally found in human blood (1949) • In 1989 two scientists was awarded a confirmation patent for their discovery that transfer factors are as well present in colostrums• 4Life Research confirmed that egg yolks has transfer factors as well (1998)The idea that TF are in colostrums was based on a fact thatwhen young calf (baby cows) were not given colostrum from the mother, the calf die in 6 months even under good diet due to microbial attacks.
  • 13. 4Life Tri-Factor Preparation Dry Bio-Tech Ultra Filtration Extraction ProcessIn capsule, gel, liquid (juice) and spray delivery method
  • 14. An Expert Saying About TF Dr. Rob Robertson, M.D. -- "I believe Transfer Factor is, without a doubt, the greatest discovery of the century in supporting and modulating the immune system. I believe a strengthened immune system will be the primary way to stay well in the future. This nutrient can affect the immune system like nothing else can. I sincerely believe everyone needs to consume this product."Dr. Robertson received his medical degree from the University of Louisville School ofMedicine in 1974. He served as the Director of Emergency Services at Western BaptistHospital in Paducah, KY.
  • 15. What is Natural Killer (NK) Cell? • Natural Killer Cells are immune surveillance cells seeking and destroying foreign cells upon direct contact•NK-Cells as well destroys cancer cells•An active immune system/response prevents cancer growth in our bodyWhen a person’s immune system is strong, the cancercells will be destroyed and prevented from multiplying and forming tumors. – John Hopkins
  • 16. Boosts Natural Killer Cells (NK-Cells)4Life Transfer Factor Plus4Life Transfer Factor Tri-FactorShiitake MushroomSpecialized Fruit JuicesBovine ColostrumMaitake Mushroom Other immune support products 4Life Transfer Factor Plus and Tri-FactorTest results obtained from two independent NK cell studies conducted by Dr. AnatolyVorobiev, head immunology, at the Russian Academy of Medical Science. The blind studiestested 4Life Transfer Factor E-XF (the primary ingredient of Tri-Factor formula) and other immunesystem products.
  • 17. Test result conducted by Dr. AnatoliVorobeiv, Russian Academy of Medical Science
  • 18. Product Differentiator 4Life Transfer Factor PlusBeta-D GlucanShiitake MushroomMaitakeMushroomAgaricus Blazei Soya Bean Extract 100mg Tri-Factor Cordyceps Sinensis Formula (283%) Mannans – Aloe Vera Leaf Extract
  • 19. Product Differentiator 4Life Tri-Factor Formula Pure Molecules Of Transfer Factors
  • 20. Study shows that TransferFactor can boost IgA by73% IgA are anti-bodiesthat neutralizes foreigninvaders.
  • 21. The Physicians’ Desk Reference Distributed to 470,000 physicians in the United States The 2011 Edition provides: • In-depth product information about 4Life Transfer Factor Tri-Factor Formula • Offers a technical description and short history of transfer factors and a synopsis of several clinical studies • SafetyListed since 2003 www.PDR.net
  • 22. Dr. Darryl See, M.D. • Associate Clinical Professor WHO, Western Europe • With medical degree from University of California, Irvine. • Academic appointments include: Assistant/Associate Clinical professor of Medicine; Investigator, California Collaborative Treatment Group; Infectious Disease Consultant, Liver Transplant Service• Received contracts, grants and research awards from Harvard Biotechnology, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, Roche Molecular Systems, National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, among others
  • 23. A Local Case of TF with Hepatitis JAMES MARTINEZ, M.D., INTERNIST El Roi Medical Clinic & Diagnostics Center Kamuning, Quezon City
  • 24. A Local Case of TF with Hepatitis-B
  • 25. • Non-monotheraphy• Adjuvant with interferon alpha• It shortens the treatment period since it modulates the immune response• Helps patients saves costs
  • 26. A Local Case of TF with Leprosy MA. Luisa Venida, MD, Dermatologist PRESIDENT, SKIN RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF THE PHILIPPINES’ MOST OUTSTANDING PHYSICIAN, 2003 PMA Awardee 1ST TO STUDY 100% RESOLUTION FOR LEPROSY WITH TRANSFER FACTOR as ADJUVANT THERAPY
  • 27. An Evaluation of Transfer Factor as Immunotheraphy for Patients with Lepromatous Leprosy
  • 28. Commendationwww.journal.com.ph Transfer Factor is better referred to as a “navigator”, for it helps build up the immune system that becomes the true doctor or cure for the body. So, instead of dengue patients languishing in the hospitals for seven days or more, they may opt to give TF and get well in two to three days without blood transfusion.
  • 29. Maya CabuangFrom childhood skin asthma to a pretty MODEL because of Transfer Factor
  • 30. With 4Life Transfer FactorOur immune system is always trained to defend us
  • 31. • Started in 1998• Now in 60 countries & growing…• Perfectly positioned at the fore front of the next TRILLION Dollar Wellness Industry• Pioneering “TransferceuticalTM Science” & PATENTED 4Life Corporate Office Sandy, Utah, USA – 8,000 sq. ft.
  • 32. Better Business Bureau www.bbb.org BBB accomplishes this mission by: • Creating a community ofOur Vision: trustworthy businessesAn ethical marketplace where • Setting standards forbuyers and sellers can trust marketplace trusteach other. • Encouraging andOur Mission: supporting best practicesBBB’s mission is to be the • Celebrating marketplaceleader in advancing role models, and;marketplace trust. • Denouncing substandard marketplace behavior