The Formula- William Freeman MD has developed an airborne antigen allergy immunization formula. There never has been anaphylaxis (very severe adverse reaction) to Dr. Freeman's allergy immunization formula. The vaccine contains no steroids, anti-histamines, or any man made chemicals or drugs whatsoever. The vaccine does not conflict with any known, commonly used medications or drugs.
Effectiveness- Freeman Allergy offers impressive relief from respiratory allergy (nose, eye, sinus, throat, lung), as well as, skin allergies (eczema, contact dermatitis, urticaria, angioedema, & psoriasis). Approximately 80% of patients see dramatic symptom and sign relief within two to four weeks of initiation of immunization.
How the formula is Administered-The immunization is administered in a medical clinic or at the patient's home by educated personnel, with insulin diabetic type and size of needles and syringes, which are painless for most patients.
What this means to you the patient- A total of over 21,000 patients have been treated since 1970. The formula and calculation Dr. Freeman uses to arrive at the vaccine content for each patient has been modified and improved over the years with the last major modification done in March 2012. The immunization dependably and dramatically reduces the signs and symptoms of allergy within two to four weeks of initiation of the therapy, and within only one week in 20% of the patients.
Test to determine this formula is right for you- The skin testing in painless for most patients as tiny droplets are applied to the surface of the skin of the forearm for 5 minutes and no needles are used. Immunization is done via insulin type 31 gauge, one quarter inch needles, again painless for most patients. The vast majority of patients receive their immunizations at home from non-medical personnel.
Dr Freeman received his BA Magna Cum Laude in 1963 at the University of Washington (Seattle), and is part of the academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa.
In 1967 Doctor Freeman obtained his MD at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
His residency was from 1969 to 1972.
Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Johns Hopkins & Univ. of AL.
Dr Freeman became Board Certified in 1972, American Board of Otolarynology-Head and Neck Surgery.
Publication:Monograph, 1972 "Adenoid Hypertrophy, Cor Pulmonale, & Cyanosis"published in Yearbook of Otolaryngology, 1972 School of Aerospace Medicine, graduate, 1974, USAF.
Astronaut Candidate US Air Force Rated Pilot, F-4 Phantom Jet Fighter Aircraft Total Hours of Pilot-in-Command, all aircraft --- 6,843
Career Highlights:Private Practice Allergy and Otolaryngology, 1972 - presentPresident, of Medical Staff, Harton Regional Hospital, Tullahoma, TN 1987Representative, Southeastern states to American Academy of Otolaryngology, 1983-1989