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My mom had been an RA sufferrer for the last 30 years.
She was recently diagnosed with Stage-4 Follicular Lymphoma and starting R-CHOP next Monday.
Is there any experience with how RA treatment (immuno suppressants) might affect the chemo response?
Will appreciate feedback...
Hi again ozguler, an interesting question and one that you may want to post to our Nurse Team in our ‘Ask an Expert’ section, our Experts are mostly Volunteer so please allow 2 working days to get a reply.
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