Over 80 years ago, Canadian doctor John R. Davidson made a remarkable discovery while studying the embryonic development of chickens.

He noticed consistently that the compounds in the fertilized eggs were making the journey toward healthy development inevitable.

Davidson isolated the compound, began injecting it into the tumors of his patients and started seeing noticeable positive results.

When Dr. Davidson died, the research seemingly died with him, until almost 50 years later and thousands of miles away, renowned Norwegian doctor and researcher Dr. Bjoedne Eskeland stumbled on the same discovery.

He revived the research and isolated the compound from the fertilized avian egg embryo, which later became the foundation of the proprietary formula of Laminine®.

Have you ever wondered how a child physically develops at a dramatic rate, or how a young person can exert so much energy and recover almost instantly? How about the way a child is able to pick up new languages so quickly and remember even the slightest things?

LifePharm asked exactly these questions and set the task of investigating the essential connections responsible for embryonic development, using the fertilized chicken egg as an example.

The result of this research has shown that the compound that is essential for embryonic development, the fibroblast growth factor (FGF), plays an essential role. While FGF is highly available in the human placenta, availability in the body gradually decreases with age.

These findings later laid the foundation for the company’s proprietary formulation of Laminine®.

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