Immune System

The Nose Knows: Detecting Parkinson’s By Smell

 January 6, 2020

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects Dopaminergic neurons, which are nerve cells in the brain responsible for producing dopamine. Dopamine functions as a neurotransmitter and plays a role in sending messages to the substantia nigra area of the brain that controls movement and coordination. When these cells begin to die and dopamine levels […]

Targeting Immune Cells

 August 17, 2019

Since 2007, we at New Hope Unlimited have been using Immunotherapy very successfully. However, the way we do our immunotherapy protocols are very different than the way the United States medical teams do their protocols. Our process is done by using the patient’s own blood and only natural agents to expand the immune cells. The […]

Emotions & Our Immune Response

 July 22, 2019

I really believe that our mind, our emotions, and our levels of stress can affect our ability to think clearly and creates the world in which we live in. I recently read an article published by Maria Cohut and fact checked by Jasmin Collier on how our emotions affect our immune response.  There is new […]

Gut Bacteria vs. Immune System

 June 24, 2019

Have you ever thought about what is in your intestines? Im not just talking about the garbage called poop. There is also lots of good and bad bacteria in the long halls going toward the porcelain throne. They now have new information about the role of vitamin A in the relationship between gut bacteria and […]

Can Our Emotions Impact Tumor Growth?

 June 11, 2019

Maria Cohut answered this question in an article that was fact checked by Jasmin Collier. Can we tell our brain to actually boost the body’s immune response against cancer tumors? According to researchers they do believe the answer to this is “yes,” by manipulating the activity of the brain’s reward system. It has been demonstrated […]

Genetic Immunodeficiency In Children

 January 18, 2019

Prof. Adrian Liston and prof. Isabelle Meyts, along with a team of scientists, were able to characterize a new genetic immunodeficiency resulting from a mutation in a gene named STAT2. Patients with this mutation are extremely vulnerable to normally mild childhood illnesses such as rotavirus and enterovirus. The analysis of the genetic defect allows clinicians […]

What Is Pheochromocytoma?

 January 16, 2019

  Pheochromocytoma is a rare tumor that usually grows in the middle of your lower back in your adrenal glands.  This is most commonly found in adults ages 30 to 50, but those of all ages can have it. About 10% of all cases are made up of children.  Few of these tumors spread to […]

Meals Trigger Inflammation

 January 11, 2019

We are not only taking in nutrients when we eat we are also consuming a significant quantity of bacteria. That’s certainly not fun to think about! In order to fight these bacteria, our body is faced with the challenge of simultaneously distributing the ingested glucose and fighting these bacteria. An inflammatory response is triggered that activates […]

Alternative Meds Go Mainstream

 December 17, 2018

  Even though billions of dollars a year is being shelled out for alternative medicines, the decision to try those hot new supplements is grounded on only a friend’s recommendation or gossip. Do you ever wonder why that is? Doctors are admitting to being unfamiliar with the products and unsure of their benefits. You might […]


 November 28, 2018

  Immunotherapy, sometimes called biologic therapy, has been a game changer for many types of cancer. This might actually improve your life and extend your years longer than with other treatments. With allergies, you might have gotten allergy shots. With each shot they provided a very small amount of the allergen, which was the thing […]