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4Life Transfer Factor Products Included in 2007 Physician’s Desk Reference

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Salt Lake City, Utah (September 26, 2006) Today, 4Life Research™ announced that 4Life Transfer Factor Products have been listed in the 2007 Physician’s Desk Reference: For Nonprescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements (PDR).

“We are thrilled once again to be part of this prestigious and popular publication,” stated Chad Renshaw, 4Life Product Brand Manager. “The PDR is another step in educating the world about 4Life Transfer Factor and its far-reaching health benefits.”

The 2007 edition of the PDR provides an explanation of 4Life Transfer Factor® and 4Life Transfer Factor Plus® Advanced Formulas, and includes a listing of the entire family of Transfer Factor products. This professional listing gives 4Life Transfer Factor an additional boost in the scientific community, and helps strengthen every distributor’s position as an exclusive leader in the distribution of Transfer Factor products.

Brent Vaughan, 4Life Director of Health Information Systems: “Having 4Life Products listed in the PDR provides distributors with an excellent resource when presenting our products to customers. It is also a great reference to have in terms of added credibility, as the PDF is a well-respected publication in the medical community.”

4Life, the leader in the development, production, and distribution of Transfer Factor immune support products, continues to post growth in more than 40 countries around the world.

for more information:
Calvin Jolley
Director, Strategic Development
4Life Research USA, LLC

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