IMMUSE life immune system support is based on the ancient concept of glandular therapy. Glandular therapy has been used for centuries as an important form of medicine. The proprietary blend of essential peptides in IMMUSE life is extracted from the porcine spleen and liver cells, which are potent immune system regulating cells whose main function in the body is to react aggressively against foreign bodies..
IMMUSE life's key ingredient is pure, potent peptides, small proteins that typically consist of two or more amino acids. These peptides are the building blocks for white blood cells, enzymes, proteins, and hormones that work in union to ensure a proper immune system response.
By replenishing the body’s daily supply of these essential peptides, the immune system’s response is strengthened.
Peptides may be easier for the body to absorb than proteins because they are smaller and more broken down than proteins. This enables them to pass directly into the bloodstream. These peptides act as biologic response modifiers due to their ability to modify biological processes and enhance immune system activity without causing unwanted side effects.
When taken in the form of IMMUSE life, these powerful peptides enhance the body’s natural ability to prevent cell damage, initiate internal repair.
In other words, IMMUSE life promotes optimal self-regulation, rejuvenation, and restoration. Take IMMUSE life as a once-a-day daily essential to help replenish missing nutrients and bolster your immune function.
Dr. Orlando Esteban Silva is a board-certified hematologist and oncologist with over 30 years of experience. He is also currently a clinical associate professor at Florida International University in Miami.
As a patient advocate and educator, Dr. Silva is dedicated to supporting patients during and after their cancer journey. He’s passionate about cancer care, education, and research.
Dr. Silva spent 15 years at the University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine where he served in the clinical role of attending physician in medical oncology and hematology and director of breast cancer education.
Dr. Alberto Padilla is the University Department Chair for Science at Keiser University where he has spent the last 11 years developing and managing the department’s academic programs. Throughout his career, Dr. Padilla has also conducted extensive research in numerous scientific disciplines including chemistry, biology, biochemistry, immunology, and cell and molecular biology.
Receiving both his Ph.D. and masters in integrative biology from Florida Atlantic University, Dr. Padilla focused on the study of microbiology and immunology. He studied the different cells of the immune system such as dendritic, macrophage, T helper and T cytotoxic in order to determine how they interact to cause inflammatory and autoimmune disease and how to activate them so they selectively destroy cancer cells.
Dr. Brian Kopell is a Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience, and Director of the Center of Neuromodulation at Mount Sinai Health System. Dr. Kopell has pioneered the use of intraoperative imaging during Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) cases to supplement the microelectrode recording typically done to make a procedure that is safer and quicker for patients. He has performed over 1,000 DBS procedures.