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Dr. John Ralston Davidson

There have been hundreds of stories about medical breakthroughs in treating cancer. Unknown to many, one Canadian Doctor believed that harvesting a certain type of protein from the egg can help his cancer patients. In 1929, Dr. John Ralston Davidson announced that he has discovered the ‘life-essence’ from a nine-day-old fertilized avian egg. This will later be called Young Tissue Egg Extract or YTE.

CTV Toronto documentary

What’s admirable about Dr. Davidson was that he had no business agenda nor wanted to be famous. It was only in the mid-1990s that CTV Toronto featured his surviving patients. Born at St. Philippe d’ Argenteuil, Quebec on May 29, 1870, he studied at the Johns Hopkins University and practiced medicine in Winnipeg. His discovery was highly controversial to the point of involving politicians who either frowned or admired his work.

His discovery became a subject of the House of Commons debate in 1944. A formal investigation was launched by the government to settle the controversy. Unfortunately, it was dismissed as quackery. Furthermore, Davidson was a humble and agreeable person who didn’t even care about patents or profit. As such, he needed a strong political arm to support his claims.

Mr. Lewis St. George Stubbs, a judge, and politician got his support. He was responsible for taking the case in the Manitoba legislature. When the results were out, Stubbs rebuked the four-man commission and questioned its process of investigation. However, Davidson died prematurely, leaving behind documents and valuable research.

It was a tumultuous period, large pharmaceutical companies were gaining a monopoly. In addition, drugs instead of organic remedies was a growing and profitable business. Consequently, a natural and affordable supplement would be a threat and has to be stopped from gaining popularity.

Nearly forty years after, his research was carried on by a Norwegian egg researcher, who would later be known as the Father of YTE.

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Dr. Bjøedne Eskeland

Dr. Bjoedne Eskeland was a leading expert on egg studies. Born on January 15, 1939, he had a Ph.D. on Animal Nutrition at the University of Missouri and became a professor in the Department of Nutrition at the University of California.

When he returned to his native Norway, he worked at the Norwegian Food Institute and the Environmental Toxicology Department at the University of Trondheim. Subsequently, his personal interest in egg nutrition would later result in an improved procedure in harvesting special proteins from chicken eggs.

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Dr. Eskeland introduced YTE capsules in 1986 in the USA. Unfortunately, it did not gain any momentum, until LifePharm rebooted how it was being harvested. In addition, scientists at LifePharm Research combined it with other powerful ingredients to create Laminine.

Although Bjodne Eskeland and John Davidson were from a different generation, their combined research paved the way into the discovery of YTE. When Dr. Eskeland joined LifePharm in 2012. Together with the LGPN’s scientists, they were able to produce a third generation protein, Fertilized Avian Egg Extract or FAEE. Dr. Eskeland has referred to FAEE as a “superior supplement.” The combination of the right ingredients placed Laminine at the top of the egg protein field.

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