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Incidence and severity of ICANS following CAR-T therapy in patients previously receiving ifosfamide

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The datasets analyzed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.


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HS was responsible for reviewing patient charts to identify pertinent information to be included in the case report, writing the original manuscript, editing the manuscript, and manuscript submission. KG and MP identified the patient cases to be included in the case report, provided feedback on the manuscript, and edited the manuscript.

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Correspondence to Hunter Sowell.

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Sowell, H., Gatwood, K. & Perciavalle, M. Incidence and severity of ICANS following CAR-T therapy in patients previously receiving ifosfamide. Bone Marrow Transplant (2022).

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