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Thymic protein A. (Raw Material Research).

Raw Material: Thymic protein A

Indication: Chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS)

Source: Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, December 2001:11:241-247

Research: Thymic protein in oral formulation was tested in 23 CFIDS patients.

Results: Sixteen of 23 patients in the study showed marked improvement in immune system function, with a corresponding improvement of the clinical symptoms of CFIDS. Many patients reported dramatic improvements in the symptoms associated with CFIDS: These improvements included 47% in sleep quality, 43% reduction of food sensitivities, 53% reduction of chemical sensitivities, 47% improvement in short term memory, 79% improvement in depression, 100% improvement in panic reactions, as well as similar improvements in sore throat frequency, swollen lymph glands, nasal allergies, muscle weakness, anxiety and canker sores.
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Publication:Nutraceuticals World
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 1, 2002
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