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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?   

  • Tornado March 22, 2020, 10:28 p.m. PDT
    I have multiple autoimmune disorders and to fix everything is always take steroids but don’t get close to someone sick. Next day comes around, I’m sick. With my multiple autoimmune health conditions leading me in SSDI at 33, having an immune enhancement would change my life like you wouldn’t believe! I wonder if my permanent nerve damage and trigiminal neurological and post stroke symptoms would make me function better where I could just go back to my old job that I would do anything to do again to be a certified pharmacy technician again.
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