Published in Blood Weekly, May 24th, 2001
"With greatly increased survival rates after childhood leukemia during the last three decades, the long-term effects of the treatment have became more evident," according to V.H. Kristinsson and colleagues. "The disease and its treatment impair the immune system, but the duration of this impairment is unknown."
Kristinsson and colleagues found that children cured of leukemia had lower levels of some immunoglobin subclasses years after...
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