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EBMT 2024 | Distinguishing late-onset neutropenia from classical primary neutropenia

Carlo Dufour, MD, G.Gaslini Research Children’s Hospital, Genoa, Italy, discusses late-onset and long-lasting neutropenia and how it differs from classical primary neutropenia. Late-onset neutropenia is characterized by a progressive reduction of absolute lymphocyte count and a T- and B-cell profile similar to autoimmune disorders. While likely acquired, it could also have a genetic basis. This interview took place at the 50th Annual Meeting of the EBMT in Glasgow, Scotland.

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