My husband had his last wbc which was right around 4000. The doctor is happy with this number. I asked the doctor what happens if it would go lower than that. They replied they could do a blood transfusion. He is taking the Sprycel 100 mg. He went from 70,000 down to 4000 in a couple of weeks. It seems that a blood transfusion isn't a big deal? It seemed scary to me? Does the CML meds just keep it stable once it get to a good number? Any advice/info is appreciated.
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