Salgena is an exclusive immunotherapy developed by Hope4Cancer’s own Dr. Tony Jimenez in collaboration with scientific collaborators in Germany and Mexico. Comprised of three key components: (1) injectable thymus and epithalon peptides, (2) oral immune support, and (3) the Salvus Immunotherapy protocol, this 13-week protocol enhances the cellular immune system and encourages the body’s natural ability to detect and kill cancer cells.
Known as the hub of the immune system, the thymus gland is responsible for forming and training T-cells, the lymphocytes that identify cancer cells and alert the immune system to their dangerous presence. Unfortunately, thymus size and functioning deteriorates rapidly with age, leading to a natural decay in immune defense. Thymus peptide therapy helps to reverse this process and enhance protection from disease.
Epithalon is a tetrapeptide that increases activity of the enzyme telomerase. Telomerase works to repair shortened telomeres, the “protective caps” located on the end of chromosomes. These caps safeguard healthy cells, but are worn down significantly with age, increasing the risk of disease. By stimulating telomerase and lengthening telomeres, epithalon peptides inhibit tumor development, increase lymph flow, and prevent metastasis.
The second component of the Salgena protocol involves Activa IC3, an oral immune nutraceutical. By combining the benefits of four synergistic ingredients, Activa IC3 stimulates and regulates the population of dendritic cells, increases the production of immune cell lines, and ensures the presence of larger dendritic cell populations with desirable characteristics.
The four key ingredients and functions of Activa IC3 are:
- Shark cartilage: Acts as an anti-angiogenic agent to disrupt tumors’ ability to form new blood vessels
- Resveratrol: Polyphenolic compound found in grapes, red wine, berries, and peanuts with a number of anticancer benefits and the potential to decrease tumor volume and prevent metastasis.
- Graviola: Inhibits ATP production and interferes with reproduction of cancer cells.
- Curcumin: Therapeutic agent with antioxidative and anti-inflammatory properties.
The final component of Salgena is the Salvus Immunotherapy protocol. Salvus plays a critical role in increasing numbers and activation status of dendritic cells, the messenger cells that educate our adaptive immune system to attack cancer. Cancer suppresses dendritic cell activation, which makes them unable to transfer essential antigen information to T-cells, and the immune system continues to lie dormant. By activating dendritic cells, Salvus helps to activate the adaptive immune system and provides a powerful immune boost that targets the cancer cells.
Overall, the Salgena program works through multiple mechanisms to achieve a number of anticancer, antiaging, and immunomodulating health benefits. Salgena is most effective when used as part of a comprehensive treatment program derived from the 7 Key Principles of Cancer Therapy.
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