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Project Rose Sleep Program™
For a one stop solution to Sleep Apnea, Turn to the pros at Project Rose Research Institute

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Project Rose Sports Medicine Program™
When dealing with injury, competitors seek a turnkey sports medicine program. Project Rose Sports Medicine Program, the only one of its kind in East Texas, offers the most complete sports medicine experience available.

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Project Rose Sports Science Program™
Co-founded by former NFL stars, Earl Campbell and Gary Baxter, Project Rose Research Institute for Sports Science in Tyler is a state-of-the-art, transcendent facility and research lab dedicated to excellence in sports medicine and therapy.

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Project Rose Wellness Program™
A health & wellness program is a comprehensive health initiative designed to maintain or improve well-being through proper diet, exercise, stress management, and illness prevention.

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