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And, Calcineurin Inhibitors, Tacrolimus and Cyclosporine, are designed to inhibit T Cells. So, we won’t be protected from those either! That leaves “Memory Cells”…so, let’s hope they have good memories!! The study also found no increase in neurological symptoms. I for one had a definite increase in neuropathy symptoms.

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I indicated on their survey that I developed an inflammation in my parotid gland post dose 1. Also, dizziness in the evening. I'm seeing an ENT at Mayo for this. Not fun!