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Retrospective study on clinical manifestation, treatment, and outcome in FHL2 and FHL3

Familial hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytoses (FHL) are a group of genetic disorders of cytotoxicity, which predispose to the life-threatening syndrome of HLH. FHL2 (Perforin deficiency) and FHL3 (MUNC13-4 deficiency) are the most frequent forms of the disease. Current therapies include control of the aberrant immune activation by immune-/chemotherapy followed by HSCT still show about 20 to 40% overall mortality. A collaborative project between ESID, Histiocyte Society and inborn errors working party of EBMT MORE HERE

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