Immunoadsorption May Be Useful Add-on Therapy in Acquired Hemophilia

Immunoadsorption May Be Useful Add-on Therapy in Acquired Hemophilia

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Immunoadsorption May Be Useful Add-on Therapy in Acquired Hemophilia

Immunoadsorption, or the selective removal of antibodies from the blood, might prove useful as an add-on treatment for patients with acquired hemophilia, according to a recent study. If confirmed, this finding could lead to better treatment for life-threatening bleeds, delayed treatment responses, and adverse responses to immunosuppressive therapy among people with this rare, non-inherited bleeding disorder. The study, “Immunoadsorption for the Treatment of Acquired Hemophilia: New Observational Data, Systematic Review, and Meta-Analysis,” was published in…

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