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Hi, I'm Marsha
I’m sorry Rituxan didn’t work for you. I responded well, and have been in partial remission for about 7 years. My platelets are still somewhat low, 130K, but they are stable. From everything that I have read about splenectomies in adults, I would use that as my last resort. It seems to help for a while, but eventually, the liver takes on the task of destroying the platelets, so it doesn’t l…   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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Created Jan 26, 2015 in Sharon D P.'s resources · Like3
Platelet Disorder Support Association is a non profit that provides information for ITP patients
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