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by John Ngigi Gatama | Nov. 29, 2019
Immune-suppressive serums depress immunity; perhaps the principle used to make them can be changed to make immune-enhancing serums.


Serum containing Immune-suppressive antibodies depresses the immunity of the person who receives immune-suppressive injection.  The immune-suppressive serum is obtained from a host animal (like rabbit or horse) which has been injected with human lymphocytes.

Perhaps a serum whose effect is opposite in action to immune-suppressant can be produced. Say by injecting an immune-suppressive serum into a second host animal.  After the immunity of the second host animal produces antibodies that are against immune-suppression the serum is then harvested for use.

If action of immune-suppressant can be reversed, would this reversal be         immune-enhancing or what?