Alcoholism and Decreased immune responsiveness - from FDA reports
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On Sep, 23, 2017
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Alcoholism (problems with alcohol) can be treated by Antabuse, Campral, Naltrexone hydrochloride, Vivitrol, Baclofen (latest reports from 11,482 Alcoholism patients)
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last week my blood test shows increase in ESR.. the number is 50. last year the test shows 4. the only thing i could relate is, i have been taking simvastatin 20mg to lower my LDL for abaout 1 month. any of you have similar case? rahman, 44. male
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