Biomoduline T effect in upper respiratory infections and geriatric patients' polypharmacy

@inproceedings{Orihuela2014BiomodulineTE,
  title={Biomoduline T effect in upper respiratory infections and geriatric patients' polypharmacy},
  author={Marlene Garc{\'i}a Orihuela and Vladimir Capdevila and Ren{\'e} Su{\'a}rez Mart{\'i}nez and Liliam Rodr{\'i}guez Rivera and In{\'e}s Castro Gonz{\'a}lez},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction: Biomoduline T (BM T) is a natural medication composed by Thyroid hormones that are natural polypeptides. These hormones are obtained by an original method that has an immunomodulator effect, characterized by the induction of the differentiation of T lymphocytes, the lack of toxicity, not producing neither alterations in organs or tissues, nor negative interference in the functions of the fundamental systems. Objective: aging and Health with the aim of evaluating the effect of… CONTINUE READING

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