Where Do I Get Treated?

Where Do I Get Treated?

 
WHERE CAN I GET TREATMENT FOR MULTICENTRIC CASTLEMAN’S DISEASE?

WHERE CAN I GET TREATMENT FOR MULTICENTRIC CASTLEMAN’S DISEASE?

To learn where you can get treatment for Multicentric Castleman’s Disease, speak with your healthcare professional. He or she will be able to direct you to the treatment facility that is most appropriate for you.

For more information, visit the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network.

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