Poster 2004: Bio Immun(G)En medicine or how to link scientific research and daily therapeutic practice
- Gilbert Glady1
© Glady; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2014
Published: 3 February 2014
The main object of our particular approach in Bio Immune(G)enetic Medicine, is to use the reaction models specific to the human immune system, for the purpose of not only diagnosis but also - and more especially –therapy. In this respect it resembles theranostic nanomedicine.
To reach diagnosis we use a wide range of biological parameters such as lymphocyte typing and protein profiles as well as many bacterial and viral serologies, but also biomarkers such as thymidine-kinase or transketolase-1. Indeed, taken together, these factors enable us, on the one hand to substantiate a precise and relevant biological diagnosis, and on the other to obtain a guide for suitable subsequent therapy.
The therapy uses numerous immune-competent molecules, in particular microRNAs, which are involved in one of the principal epigenetic processes currently known. They are prepared according to the homeopathic dilution-dynamisation mode, this being the sole means of ensuring total safety in terms of any adverse side-effects for the patient, and therapeutic effectiveness is based on the universal today well-known principle of Hormesis.
This approach enables the development of a bio-mimetic immune therapy, the medium-to-long-term regulatory effects of which, are proving to be extremely beneficial to patients in a large number of immuno-dependent diseases.
The description of various clinical cases will demonstrate this innovative method and provide a clear example of how discoveries in the field of basic research can be applied directly in the domain of clinical and therapeutic medicine by humans.
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