Peptide Therapy And The Future Of Medicine
The human is composed of proteins. They are the components of the structure, systems, and tissues of our body. They are also essential in “cell signaling” in the emergence field of regenerative medicine.
The Human Genome Project, which was started in the 1990’s, had the goal of deciphering the actual coded DNA information in our body. Currently, there are about 250,000 human genes. Ranging from inherited traits to detailed information of the human body’s structure and functions, in April of 2003, the full sequence was completed. We now know the master blueprint in making proteins.
Peptides are smaller proteins compressing of less than 50-60 chains of amino acids. They function as cell-signaling to support and regulate in regeneration, rejuvenation, and optimizing hemostasis. With over 7,000 identified thus far, peptide therapy is uniquely specific and extremely precise. Most importantly, it falls into our most treasured core of the Hippocratic Oath, “First Do No Harm”. Because of its characteristics, Peptides Therapy is relatively harmless.