From what I have learned over the last few weeks by reading the posts is that there is a test, I believe its called TSI, that determines how many antibodies you have in your system. How many antibodies in your system has a direct influence on whether or not you will be able to achieve remission. If this is correct, what are the numbers? What is normal, mild moderate and severe? Where is the line between success or failure? I know that everyone is different but there must be a average level for success. Thanks...Kathy
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