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Immunoglobulin replacement therapy

Immunoglobulin replacement therapy (April 2018)

Some people with lymphoma need an infusion of immunoglobulins to strengthen their immune system if their own antibody levels are low. People with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) or who have had an allogeneic (donor) stem cell transplant are most likely to have this treatment. This factsheet explains what immunoglobulin replacement therapy id, who might need it, how it is gives, possible side effects, and what happens after treatment.  

Author(s)
Lymphoma Action
Place of publication
Aylesbury
Publisher
Date of publication
April 2018
Pages
7pp
Format
Factsheet
Language
English
Flesch readability score
41.4
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