Immun’Âge® and the Vatican

Pope John Paul II and Immun’Âge®

The story of Immun’Âge® and the Vatican began in June 2002 when Prof. Luc Montagnier met with Pope John Paul II. Montagnier – 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine, co-discoverer of HIV and President of the World Foundation Aids Research and Prevention – handed Immun’Âge® to Pope John Paul II who was suffering from Parkinson’s disease.

A few months after this meeting, to everyone’s surprise, the pope appeared to be in a better shape: his gestures were decisive, his hands no longer trembling and his speech no longer slurred. And he stayed that way for two years.

The story made headlines worldwide

Prof. Montagnier knew for a fact that Immun’Âge® had remarkable effects on enhancing the immune system. He had given it to the AIDS patients that he was treating with tri-therapy and had seen their condition improved.

Pope Benedict XVI

In January 2012, Pope Benedict XVI received M. Fabio Canova, the Italian representative of Immun’Âge®, who had the great honor of giving him Immun’Âge®.

Since 2012, Immun’Âge® has been sold in the Vatican pharmacy.

Pope Francis I

And on February 11, 2015, the president of Osato International Inc., M. Yuki Hayashi and his wife Toshi Hayashi were invited for the 23rd World Day of the Sick in the Vatican, a day instituted by Pope John Paul II to pray for people who are ill. Mrs. and Mr. Hayashi had the privilege to discuss with Pope Francis the importance of preventive medicine and the protective effects of Immun’Âge®.

Immun'Âge with Popes