Evidences - Immune Modulators published on Medical Journals
The following download links are research papers, clinical studies, symposium
reports, etc. which are officially published in major Medical Journals that strongly
support Immune Modulators (I & II).
All the following studies show that immune modulators are highly effective in
boosting our body immune system. There is strong evidence through clinical test
results that immune modulators also work as "SUPER-ANTIGENS" for both
Humans and Animals against diseases related to infections, cancers and other immune
deficient diseases such as herpes, hepatitis, leukemia, etc.
To better understand VPB immune modulator studies written in the medical journals
referenced, the former names of the current immune modulators in the journals
are as follows:
1) "PIND-ORF" => Immune Modulator I that is an inactivated
and attenuated parapox virus.
2) "PIND-AVI" => Immune Modulator II that is an inactivated and
attenuated avipox virus.
Please refer to the following [PDF] or [ZIP] links to download the Research Papers and Articles of our Immune Modulators(I & II)
officially published on the Medical Journals as follows:
"Evidence for a Parapox ovis virus-associated";
European Journal of Immunology, Volume 30, Issue 10 , Pages 2962 - 2971
"A new concept in prophylaxis
and therapy" - paramunization by poxvirus inducers
"The present stage of
preclinical research on the efficacy and innicuousness of paramunity inducers
from poxviruses" in English and German languages
- eine neue Art von Impfstoffen sur Regulation von Dysfunktionen in verschiedenen
Kopersystemen" in English and German languages
"Symposium about Immunomodulators
of the WAVMI"
ovis (Orf virus) has antiviral activity against hepatitis B virus and herpes
simplex virus" - Journal of General Virology
from poxviruses (paramunity inducers)-a new kind of vaccine"
- Abstract in English and German languages
Effects on Porcine Leukocytes"; Journal of Virology
"The Presence of Pox
Virus Antigen and Antibody - Demonstration by Sheep Pox"