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Hello, fam!
First, a big thank you for your support and patient!
I have recently been thru a surgery that involves the transplantation of donating living islet cells that get transported to my pancreas and within minutes the cells start to produce insulin, the islet cells get stuck at my pancreas, a few cells die during the injection so I’ve been in new research that they will use a new medicine at the point of injection to help more cells survive and stuck on to my pancreas after the transplant is complete. You start taking  Immunosuppressant medicine, (Tacrolimus) as long you have cells, rest of your life, and a wide spectrum antibiotic for the first 3months. It’s about 1millions cells they used hope all one million survived.

about the backorders – all backorders will be replaced with the Bubble Mini.

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