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What are the risks associated with imidazoquinoline adjuvant (used in one Covid-19 vaccine) related to development of autoimmune diseases?

I will try to summarize what I have gathered till now from reading on my own and insights from other people. In the study 1 that I have cited, they have found that on mice, a dose of 100 micrograms of ...
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what is the mechanism through which TLR 7 agonist causes autoimmune disease?

There is a subtype of lupus called Drug induced lupus (DIL), as the name says certain drugs cause the signs and symptoms of lupus in susceptible individuals. The difference between DIL and normal ...
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What are the pathologies most likely to occur after leukemia?

Generally in leukemia patients there are long term complications related to the treatments given including the usually curative treatment called "Allogenic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation&...
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Why is multiple sclerosis associated with trigeminal neuralgia?

The reason for that association is not known. Neither etiology of these two diseases is undiscussed. Arguably, neighbouring veins exerting pressure on the trigeminal nerve cause trigeminal neuralgia....
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How does interferon beta 1-A help patients with multiple sclerosis?

Your question alludes to a paradox: "azathioprine weakens the immune system ..." "interferons boost the immune system ... They seem to have different functions, but they treat the same ...

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