Not to start any wayward discussion here because I know how this can get, but I am almost certain this vaccine was a different color than the first.
Lyon wrote:Now that you mention it, my wife has mentioned being beat when we get home but I've been so convinced that squirting your own blood cells back into you (or whatever carrier they use, if on placebo) would have no effect that I hadn't seriously considered her comments.
I honestly can't say one way or the other because injection day is a terribly long one for us. 8-12 hours total considering getting ready to go and travel time there and back. For that reason alone being tired seems justified. Heck, I'm beat when we get home!
IHaveMS-com wrote:... I have had several people send me a PM asking what my vaccine looks like. I don't bother looking anymore, but I did at first. It is murky (filled with or dimmed by fine particles (as of dust or water) in suspension). I would like to think that the folks at Opexa are smart enough to know that people in the trial would compare notes on what the vaccine looked like, and make the vaccine and placebo look the same.
JanethePain wrote:I was <--> that close to demanding the study pay for a hotel so I could drive up the night before had they not come around--
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