Absence of prolonged benefit of initial leukapheresis therapy for hairy cell leukemia.

Abstract

Four patients with the leukemic phase of hairy cell leukemia were treated with leukapheresis. Two patients failed to respond, and the other two had only transient responses; hematologic improvement lasted one month in one case and four months in the second. The patient with a four-month response underwent a second series of leukapheresis resulting in a… (More)

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@article{Golomb1983AbsenceOP, title={Absence of prolonged benefit of initial leukapheresis therapy for hairy cell leukemia.}, author={Harvey M. Golomb and Eric H. Kraut and David Oviatt and E J Prendergast and Renato Stein and David Sweet}, journal={American journal of hematology}, year={1983}, volume={14 1}, pages={49-56} }