CAR T Cell Therapy — Where and How to Access the Lifesaving ‘Living Drug’

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/ Updated January 25th, 2022

CAR T Cell Therapy — Where and How to Access the Lifesaving ‘Living Drug’

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Recurrence: Options After Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma Recurrence

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  • There are several treatment options available if non-Hodgkin lymphoma returns
  • The most common first treatment after relapse is another round of chemotherapy
  • For patients whose cancer does not respond well to chemo, doctors may explore immune-therapies such as CAR-T therapy

Recurrence: Options After Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma Recurrence

  • There are several treatment options available if non-Hodgkin lymphoma returns
  • The most common first treatment after relapse is another round of chemotherapy
  • For patients whose cancer does not respond well to chemo, doctors may explore immune-therapies such as CAR-T therapy
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