CONECUH RIVER DEPOT MILITARY MUSEUM

Clean teeth could save your life!

Professor Seymour says they found out white blood cells known as T cells in the lesions of arteries in patients suffering from atherosclerosis which were in a position to bind to web host heat shock proteins along with those from bacterias that trigger gum disease. He says this shows that the similarity between the proteins could be the hyperlink between oral infections and atherosclerosis. Which means that when the disease fighting capability reacts to oral infection, it attacks host proteins also, causing arterial disease.Crucially, the phase III research demonstrated that PecFent showed onset of treatment within five minutes of dosing, significant improvements in treatment versus immediate release morphine statistically, together with high levels of patient acceptability and consistent efficiency in use. Jeffrey H. Buchalter provides over twenty years experience in the pharmaceutical industry and has held senior positions at a number of multinational pharmaceutical companies.