Does it grant the victims immunity to the Flare or is it just a temporary cure?

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Well, I'm guessing that would be correct as why would A. D. Janson threaten to shoot Thomas so he hands over the cure? If it was temporary then Rat man would try his best to keep Thomas alive so that he could make use of his blood. The whole point of the maze is to give off adrenalin, Thomas would have to be alive to have adrenalin running in his veins.

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