Dancing the ‘Tango: Chlorine’

Dancing the ‘Tango: Chlorine’

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Dancing the ‘Tango: Chlorine’

If I were a superhero, my Achilles’ heel would be water. Before I illustrate, I must explain how anti-rejection medications work. A healthy immune system is trained to attack foreign bodies such as viruses because they’re often harmful. When I received my double-lung transplant in June 2019 due to end-stage cystic fibrosis, my immune system viewed my new lungs as a threat. The pills I take now, tacrolimus and CellCept (mycophenolate mofetil), prevent my body’s…

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