Not this guy (Alien Life Form) but Autogenous Lymphocytic Factor. Autogenous Lympocytic Factor (ALF) is a vaccine made from one’s own white blood cells. It was developed at the Environmental Health Center-Dallas and is given every four days to stimulate t-cells to return to normal.
Information taken from the Environmental Health Center-Dallas brochure about ALF.
ALF is made from your own blood. It is made from substances which may be released from your own stimulated healthy T-lympocytes. It is a biological response modifier. The cells are placed in a cell culture and within 2-6 weeks they grow. These strong cells are injected subcutaneously.
There are two mechanisms of action:
The Helper T-lymphocyte initiate immune responses and these produce delayed hypersensitivity.
The Suppressor T-lymphocytes suppress certain immunological activities which turn off immune responses.
ALF acts as a regulator. It normalizes the function of lymphocytes.
Initially a one-half dose subcutaneous injection is given to determine strength of the treatment dose and patient’s response. The patient is then given the remainder of the dose. If symptoms occur, ALF may be diluted and retested. (When I was given this the first time, I reacted and we had to dilute it for my initial treatment. Eventually I was able to take a stronger dose.) Patients are monitored every three months and tests are repeated to measure progress.