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The Immune Deficiency and Histiocytosis Program offers a wide range of therapies. These include medications, chemotherapy, blood and marrow transplantation, immunoglobulin therapy, plasma exchange and home-based therapies.
Children can receive treatment at Cincinnati Children’s on an inpatient or outpatient basis, or return home to the care of their referring physician. Our team is always available to consult with families and their physician.
The care team works closely with technicians in the Molecular Genetics Laboratory at Cincinnati Children’s. These technicians perform tests that help confirm diagnoses and determine whether an immune deficiency disorder has a genetic cause.
Genetic counselors familiar with immune deficiencies and hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) are available to meet with families to talk about what the results might mean. Results also help the care team refine the treatment plan.
The care team works closely with technicians in the Molecular Genetics Laboratory.
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