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[ References ]
K. Fujiwara, S. Kaneko, S. Kakumu, M. Sata, S. Hige, E. Tomita, S. Mochida, and The Virus Reduction Therapy Study Group. : Double filtration plasmapheresis and interferon combination therapy for chronic hepatitis C patients with genotype 1 and high viral load. Hepatology Research : 37:701-710, 2007
 

I am concerned about the occurrence of adverse reactions.

Ms. B
 
Dr. Kaneko
Adverse reactions occurred in 23/60 cases (38.3%), with a total of 32 events. In clinical research , there have been no severe adverse reactions resulted in withdrawal of virus removal therapy.

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