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Isn't Antegren/Tysabri an antibiotic infusion of sorts? At least that's my understanding of it's function albeit on a very fundamental level of my describing it here.
Somebody with a bunch of letters after your name please be kind enough to better enlighten me on how this topic (and/or method of treatment) ever came up either in real life practice or just as a theory?
Outlawbiker wrote:Isn't Antegren/Tysabri an antibiotic infusion of sorts? At least that's my understanding of it's function albeit on a very fundamental level of my describing it here.
Tysabri is nothing like an antibiotic.
If you will just click "search" above and type in "Chlamydia pneumoniae", and read the threads that appear, you'll shortly be well-informed on all this stuff. You can do the same thing regarding Tysabri.
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