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Garrison Fathman MD
@Fathman
Professor Emeritus, Medicine - Immunology & Rheumatology at  Stanford University, School of Medicine Stanford, CA • United States English

Dr. Fathman is currently developing a novel therapeutic approach to the treatment of autoimmune and allergic diseases by targeting the endogenous regulatory T cell to "turn up" its activity.

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