The Science of ProBoost

Below is a sample collection of research papers demonstrating the effectiveness of Thymic Protein A at strengthening the immune system response in the respective areas.

Increasing White Blood Cell Counts

Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine

Improved immune activation markers in Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) patients treated with Thymic Protein A

Life Extension Report - Anti-Aging

Thymic Protein A: Its Development May Signal a New Tool for Rejuvenating Immune Function

Increasing T-Cell (Helper Cell) Levels

Nutrition Science News

Thymic Protein A May Enhance Immunity

Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients

A New Biologically Active Thymic Protein A to Stimulate Cell–Mediated Immunity

Total Health

Anti-Aging Breakthrough: Thymic Protein A

Inducing Apoptosis (Cell Death) in Abberrant Cells

National Institutes of Health and UCSD

Induction of Apoptosis by Immune Enhancing Agent In Treatment of Cancer and Viral Infection

Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients

Pilot Study of the Effects of Thymic Protein on Elevated Epstein-Barr Virus Titers


The FIV Connection – Why Cats May be the Purr-fect Model for HIV Infection

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