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What does immunosuppression actually mean?

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Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
Family Medicine
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In brief: Immunosupression

Propensity for infection, anemia, bleeding.
Causing weakness, infections, pain, cardiovascular, pulmonary, intestinal problems etc. Chemotherapy, radiation, cancer can make you immunosupressed. Is complex, but many times we can evaluate, duagnose and treat this. Don't assume bad outcomes, we can help. See a doctor.

In brief: Immunosupression

Propensity for infection, anemia, bleeding.
Causing weakness, infections, pain, cardiovascular, pulmonary, intestinal problems etc. Chemotherapy, radiation, cancer can make you immunosupressed. Is complex, but many times we can evaluate, duagnose and treat this. Don't assume bad outcomes, we can help. See a doctor.
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