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fever in some people. Transfer factor given by injection (shot) can cause swelling and pain where the injection is given.
There is some concern about the possibility of catching "mad cow disease" (bovine spongiform encephalitis, BSE) or other diseases from products that come from animals. "Mad cow disease" has not been transmitted by transfer factor, but it is probably wise to avoid animal products from countries where mad cow disease has been found.
Do not take transfer factor if:
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