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    Neupogen. This is interesting. I donít know why this would work unless your white cells were depressed?

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    Some more recent data about PML cases in MS patients taking Tysabri--From Multiple Sclerosis News Today (February 19, 2021)--"Drop in PML with Tysabri Use in Sweden Likely Due to Risk Management Plan":

    https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.c...nagement-plan/
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