Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 4th, 1995
The preliminary analysis shows that, after oral vaccination, patients exhibited a specific immune response. Also in this study, there was observed a several-fold reduction in white cell content of the sputum.
Oral Pseudostat was given at intervals during 56 days and a progressive improvement in responses was observed. Within 28 days of discontinuing treatment the white cells in sputum were rising again.
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