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Dr. Oz, Host Of The Dr. Oz Show, and Harry Zhabilov Of Immunotech Laboratories Discuss Immunotherapy Treatments For Cancer, HIV/AIDS
Date:2/6/2013

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Recently www.UndiscoveredCompanies.com was able to ask Dr. Mehmet Oz , host of the Dr. Oz show and Harry Zhabilov, President of Immunotech Laboratories (PINKSHEETS:IMMB) about Immunotherapy Treatments and how they are used to treat patients suffering with Cancer, and HIV/AIDS Virus.

Dr. Oz demonstrates an amazing wealth of knowledge in Immunotherapy.  The Doctor is not only charismatic, but also articulates his incredible knowledge about the treatment thoroughly.  Dr. Otis Brawley from the American Cancer Society also added some unique advancement comments about Immunotherapy Treatments.

Please view the video featuring Harry Zhabilov, Dr. Oz, and Dr. Otis Brawley at the following YouTube link. http://youtu.be/D0SvkO_jMK4

Review video testimonials of now symptom free Cancer and HIV patients treated with Immunotech's IPF Technology at http://www.lifechoicemx.com

About Immunotech Laboratories
Immunotech Laboratories is a drug development company committed to the commercialization of its proprietary proteins for the treatment of debilitating infectious diseases suck as HIV, Cancer, Hepatitis and Aids. Immunotech is committed to creating drugs for the better health of mankind.

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