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    Default Vaccines and the immunosuppressed Webinar. Oct 28th 1500 BST, 1000 ET

    https://covid.joinzoe.com/webinar/va...munosuppressed

    Thought I'd share the above link for those interested.
    Diagnosed April 1995

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    Default Re: Vaccines and the immunosuppressed Webinar. Oct 28th 1500 BST, 1000 ET

    Did anyone attend this event? I was in the hospital with an upper respiratory infection and missed it.


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    Default Re: Vaccines and the immunosuppressed Webinar. Oct 28th 1500 BST, 1000 ET

    You can find a replay at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6O6kZxqyCg&t=2779s

    It ends after 45 mins (not the 1hr+ the time bar suggests).
    It wasn't as informative as I'd hoped, but still worth a watch.
    It was scary for me hearing the "top 3" of medications that prevent the vaccine working well - 1. Tacrolimus (one of my main transplant drugs), 2. Rituximab (not received for a few years, but many here still do), 3. Mycophenolate (My other main transplant drug, and I believe many here also take it).

    They (Zoe) have lots of other covid videos that might be worth watching.
    Diagnosed April 1995

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