Welcome to Clinical Peptide Society


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.

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.
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Swing Into Peptides ONLY Online

In-person conference is canceled but the online conference is still open for registration for Dec 5


Dec 5, 2020 Saturday

8:00 AM Healing Peptide BPC 157
8:45 AM Cosmeceutical Peptides
9:15 AM Thymosin Alpha 1
9:45 AM 5 min sponsor talk and Break
10:00 AM Growth Hormone Peptides
10:45 AM Metabolic Peptides
11:15 AM 5 min sponsor talk and Break
11:30 AM Top 5 peptides and Q and A
Each ticket is for 2 attendees.

*There will be no refund for cancellation. By purchasing, you are agreeing that there is no refund.


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The use of Peptides has experienced exponential growth over the past few years. Their uses range from treatments for conditions of aging such as cancer, cardiovascular health, memory & brain health and sexual function. AMMG in conjunction with the Clinical Peptide Society have an educational mandate is to fill the scientific and medical knowledge gaps for physicians and healthcare professionals.


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*COMPLIANCE DISCLOSURE: Clinical Peptide Society has made every effort to have all lectures and statements made regarding Peptides comply with all FDA and State and Local laws. There are some Peptides which the FDA has not approved for compounding. This is a new and potentially changing area of medicine and we encourage you to frequently check for new policies, laws and rules which may apply to your practice and to strictly adhere to all laws which apply.


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Our Mission


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

1. Sharing basic and applied scientific studies, offering educational programs, and creating a
registry of clinical case studies

2. Promoting collaboration between researchers and clinicians

3. Developing innovative, safe, and effective diagnostic tools and therapeutic protocols