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Tanaya Shree, MD, PhD, on DLBCL Survivors: Long-Term Effects

2017 ASH Annual Meeting

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Tanaya Shree, MD, PhD, of Stanford University Medical Center, discusses findings from a large population-based study suggesting lasting effects of lymphoma and its treatments: an increased incidence of autoimmune and infectious diseases (Abstract 198).



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