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Can a person live after being diagnosed with severe aplastic anemia?
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Dr. Michael Benjamin
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Yes
With treatment using supportive care (transfusions), medical therapy (immune suppressants), and stem cell transplantation, patients are able to live after a diagnosis of severe aplastic anemia.
More information is available here: http://marrow.Org/patient/disease_and_treatment/about_your_disease/aplastic_anemia/aplastic_anemia_(severe).Aspx.

In brief: Yes
With treatment using supportive care (transfusions), medical therapy (immune suppressants), and stem cell transplantation, patients are able to live after a diagnosis of severe aplastic anemia.
More information is available here: http://marrow.Org/patient/disease_and_treatment/about_your_disease/aplastic_anemia/aplastic_anemia_(severe).Aspx.
Dr. Michael Benjamin
Dr. Michael Benjamin
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