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duke.com/lungtransplant post surgery I cannot find an article where mention was made concerning reduced medicine study for some post lung transplant patients..Is it possible for a IPF patient to do better on lowerdoses of the immune lowering drugs when auto immune disease is suspect. I do feel better and breath better when I rotate all my foods and don't take such large doses of the auto immune drugs.

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