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MAINTENANCE WITH RITUXAN
Hi, I'm Jenny B E.
I was diagnosed with cutaneous b cell follicle lymphoma and it’s chronic I am also being treated with Rituximab . They gave me a light steroid with my first treatment. I broke out in hives . I have issues with steroids of any kind. They make suicidal and aggressive. 2nd infusion I didn’t receive steroids and iit went much easier thou the flu symptoms appeared but not as bad as I expec…   Read more…

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