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MDS AND AIHA (auto immune hemolytic anemia)

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This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Margueritte Smith-Jones 1 month, 3 weeks ago.

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    I have both. Dr. said this is very unusual! On Rituxin now. Then what? No cure!

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    Chelsea Clark
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    GPCR drug screening is essentially based on testing available molecule libraries. Such libraries can contain thousands of different compounds derived either by natural sampling, random synthesis or both, which are tested for their ability to bind to or interfere with the function of a GPCR molecule.

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    In addition to the MDS and AIHA I also have latent CMV. I was 40 when I contracted CMV. I was handling cord blood. I was under a lot of stress at the time. This left me more receptive to contracting the CMV. It left me with workplace, and hepatomegaly. It was latent when I first became anemic, but may become active now according to my Hemotologist/Oncologist. I am looking for info on these illnesses. Thanks.

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