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Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
Hi, I'm MiSooner
I have CAD and ITP (low platelets). I currently receive Promacta for ITP which isn’t working. My hematologist wants to try Rituxan but I would prefer nPlate because it was able to increase my platelets to 50 from 9. Since taking Promata my platelets are in 20’s and low 30’s. They tell me there is no effective treatment for CAD so I’m only being treated for the ITP.   Read more…

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Created Jan 26, 2014 in Melodee S B.'s resources · Like2
This is the most beneficial support site for people with ITP they have 4 medical advisers and good articles which are from legitimate sources. Many questions have been answered following looking at... more
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Platelet Disorder Support Association is a non profit that provides information for ITP patients
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