Immune Disorders :: Wiskott Aldrich syndrome Treatment

Boys with Wiskott Aldrich syndrome – WAS are at risk of dying during childhood from infections, bleeding or lymphoma. However, with good supportive care, some boys with milder forms of WAS can live into adulthood.

The only treatment that can cure WAS is a bone marrow or cord blood transplant (also called a BMT).

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