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Autoantibodies

Autoantibodies

antibodies directed against self antigens, i.e., against a normal tissue constituent. An antibody (immunoglobulin) formed in response to, and reacting against, one of the individuals own normal antigenic endogenous body constituents.


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... syndrome or whatever. Been checked for diabetes (none), insulin resistance (not hardly), adrenal fatigue (maladapted phase 1), Thyroid Disorder (autoantibodies and elevated TSH due to methyl salicylates of wintergreen oil that was very concentrated in my snuff). Went down all the roads and basically ...

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