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Reverse vaccination technique in mice suggests new way to teach the immune system not to attack lifesaving treatments

By Sathy Balu-Iyer, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University at Buffalo
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A recent lab-stage study finds that preexposure to the proteins used to treat conditions like hemophilia A could help train the immune system to tolerate rather than attack therapies.The Conversation

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