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Initial TSI levels at diagnosis as predictor for relapse
Last Post 18 Sep 2018 08:00 PM by reno. 0 Replies.
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18 Sep 2018 08:00 PM
    I have recently read in several studies that higher initial TSI levels at diagnosis, may be a major risk factor for coming out of remission eventually. Can you tell me what "higher levels" would be? My initial TSI was 3 (reference range 0-0.55). Thank you!
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