hypogammaglobulenemia

Richard P. Bainter pug at arlut.utexas.edu
Sat Sep 2 18:53:47 EST 1995


In article <4222dp$7tc at news.res.ray.com>, Tom McGlynn <tjm at ed.ray.com> wrote:
>My feeling is this is only treating the symptom and I wonder if there is 
>therapy which would improve the immune system itself.  His doctor is not 
>pursuing any other therapy at this time. 

This is exactly the case with hypogammaglobulanemia. (Gods I forget how
to spell it nowadays. *sigh*) It's better to keep the patient alive than
let them die.

Btw, the cause of my lack of gammaglobulin is due to non-maturing B (?)
cells. How to treat that?

Ciao,

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