Published in Blood Weekly, September 15th, 2011
"However, HSCT has significant side effects (neutropenia, thrombocytopenia, infertility, cardiotoxicity) and costs (HSC collection/harvesting, blood product support). In an attempt to avoid the toxicities and costs associated with HSCT, we investigated whether immune ablation similar to that achieved following myeloablative HSCT could be achieved by the intensive administration of an anti-CD52 antibody (Campath-1H antibody)," wrote...
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