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How do I manage the risk of infection in patients treated with immunotherapies?

Feb 18, 2021

During the 3rd European CAR T-cell Meeting, the Multiple Myeloma Hub spoke to Joshua Hill, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, US. We asked, How do I manage the risk of infection in patients treated with immunotherapies?

As Joshua Hill discusses this subject, he touches on a number of topics including the use of intravenous or subcutaneous immunoglobulins, and when to vaccinate these patients against COVID-19.


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