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Treating hairy cell leukaemia

Men and women discussing hairy cell leukaemia

This section is about treatment for hairy cell leukaemia. As well as information about treatment with chemotherapy, rituximab, surgery and interferon, there is information on the likely outcome (prognosis), on follow up appointments, and on research into HCL. 

There are several other types of leukaemia, so please make sure you are in the right section. Go to our general leukaemia page if you are in any doubt.

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Updated: 14 April 2015