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- ‘However, we think anything is better than leaving patients to languish at home, too dysphoric and anergic to seek help.’
- ‘Among TB patients with HIV infection, up to 40 per cent could be anergic.’
- ‘Seven patients were PPD negative, one of whom was anergic.’
- ‘Among these anergic patients, the 6-month mortality rate was 48%, compared with 13% for immunocompetent patients.’
- ‘It's not like all the immune cells will get anergic or will get deleted or get activated.’
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