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Clinical Peptide Society

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Our Mission 

To be the preeminent professional society dedicated to advancing clinical applications of therapeutic peptides in medicine by:

  •  Sharing basic and applied scientific studies, offering educational programs, and creating a registry of clinical case studies
  • Promoting collaboration between researchers and clinicians
  • Developing innovative, safe, and effective diagnostic tools and therapeutic protocols

We are a professional organization for advancing the clinical use of peptides. There are many peptides that have incredible regenerative properties ranging from reducing inflammation, improving skin quality to improving the immune system. At our peptide conferences, we review the science and studies that have been done on peptides. Our monthly webinars have health care experts sharing their clinical experiences with the use of peptides. The only way we can advance this science is by sharing our experiences about the benefits and limits of each peptide.

We need your voice!

Sign the Petition to Save Peptides from the FDA and the petition will be sent to your 2 senators and your representative.

Our rights to medical care are being taken away from us.

Upcoming Webinars

  • Feb 15, 2023 ~ Immune modulating peptides – how to reverse chronic immune disorders including CFS and Lyme by Dr. Elliot Dinetz 
  • March 15, 2023  ~  Peptides for Traumatic Brain Injury at 8 PM by Dr. Chris Kleronomos
  • Upcoming in April, 2023 ~ Ask your peptide questions to Drs. Lee and Martinez in April 2023- date to be determined
  • Upcoming in May 2023 ~ Update on Epitalon case studies by Dr. James Raniolo in May 2023- date to be determined

Testimonial

“My name is Matt Langan. I am a 5’ 11” male. My normal, healthy weight is 155 lbs. In 2018, I was normal and healthy. In 2019, I was in a wheelchair, unable to walk on my own, and I weighed nearly 100 lbs. due to suffering from severe ulcerative pan-colitis. I tried every pharmaceutical option recommended and made available to me from gastroenterologists and nothing worked. I flew down to Orlando to see Rebecca Murray at the Institute for Hormonal Balance. A vital part of our protocol was the subcutaneous use of Thymosin and BPC-157 peptides. Within months of beginning the use of these peptides, I had gained 40 lbs. of lean muscle and reclaimed my health and life. To this day, over two years later, I remain asymptomatic and thriving. I used the peptides in conjunction with other nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes but I remain convinced that they played a significant positive contributor to my healing journey. In my use of the peptides, they were beneficial, affordable and safe. I fear that if I were to flare again, if peptides are no longer made available, I may not be able to heal again. I also fear for those who haven’t been able to heal using traditional pharmaceutical medications and need another option like peptides. If peptides are no longer made available to them, then that would be one less possible solution that they could pursue. Peptides saved and changed my life in a significantly positive way and need to remain available as a powerful healing tool.”

Related Book:

The Fountain of Youth With Peptides

Dr. Edwin Lee

Discover the powers of regenerative peptides and learn how to restore your health with Dr. Edwin Lee’s book, The Fountain of Youth with Peptides.

This is a comprehensive guide, which is well researched with easy-to-read topics on: looking younger, improving hair growth, strengthening the immune system, restoring lost libido and many more.

Written for the general public, it provides an extensive yet understandable summary for all of the latest scientific information on these amazingly regenerative peptides. Dr. Lee has authored many award-winning books, and his message is that peptides are here to help you and your loved ones.

Regenerative medicine is finally obtainable, and this book will show you the way.

regulatory changes

“Unfortunately the FDA has implemented regulatory changes in the definition of a peptide less than 40 amino acid long and a “biological product”.  One compound pharmacy has been restricted in compounding peptides like BPC-157, MOTS-c, Semax and other peptides.  It is predicted that other compound pharmacies will no longer be able to compound peptides since the peptides are not on the Bulk Compounding List (503a) although they have been nominated to be on the list.  The FDA created the bulk drug list and quickly closed nominations. They also limited hearings and often rushed hearings to not allow public comment.

As a result, the FDA is creating legislation and selectively enforcing it. Our long-term goal is to be a force in helping to make policy changes in the use of peptides in medicine. It will take a significant effort to get this done.  We invite everyone to become involved with savepeptides.org  and help us achieve this.  Imagine getting access to peptides that could significantly impact the health and wellness of you and your loved ones.