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Autoimmune adverse events from immune therapy for melanoma

Forums General Melanoma Community Autoimmune adverse events from immune therapy for melanoma

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      cancersnewnormal
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        It absolutely does. Ipi was the first drug to knock my thryroid down a notch, then prembro increased my need for synthroid from 50mcg per day to 175mcg! Make sure your docs are keeping tabs on your FT4 and TSH!

        cancersnewnormal
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          It absolutely does. Ipi was the first drug to knock my thryroid down a notch, then prembro increased my need for synthroid from 50mcg per day to 175mcg! Make sure your docs are keeping tabs on your FT4 and TSH!

          cancersnewnormal
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            It absolutely does. Ipi was the first drug to knock my thryroid down a notch, then prembro increased my need for synthroid from 50mcg per day to 175mcg! Make sure your docs are keeping tabs on your FT4 and TSH!

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