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Intestinal Protein

I'm wondering what's so new about this. Isn't it the same protein that causes the inflammation in the first place that Remicade negates to promote healing?
 
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Skinsfan1229

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The 'protien' that Remicade fights, is called Tumor Necrosis Factor-Alpha. Their inflammation Cells, in which Remicade is supposed to stop before it enters the Digestive System, by means of the blood stream.
 
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