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A friend of mine is having this done and I would like to learn more about the procedure, who does it and what it is?
Surgeons in the US currently do not perform this surgery and it is highly controversial. There are not a lot of studies that prove its safety and effectiveness.
Many surgeons at the major hospitals perform t-surgery. I don't know where you are located so contact your major hospital.
This type of surgery is normally preformed by a cardiologist or some other heart specialist. T cells seem to greatly reduce after heart surgery so you would want to consult with your cardiologist.
Often, this is a cardiac procedure but can also refer to lymphoma treatments. The National Cancer Institute offers more information for patients and friends.
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