XELJANZ Delayed Response: Due to Cigarettes, Recreational, or Other Prescription Drugs?

I know this may be a super sensitive topic for some, but I was wondering whether some might be experiencing a delayed response because of Xeljanz' interactions with other recreational or medical use of (i.e. marijuana) other prescription or non-prescription drugs. Some of us may have developed strong resistance to Xeljanz because of past or current drug use. As we know, all drugs are not compatible with others. Any opinions or ideas about this?

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I think we shouldn't speculate too much on this. It's quite harsh for the non-responders if they don't fit this theory of yours with all respect. 

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