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The COVID-19 vaccine and Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinaemia (WM)

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We’ve worked with our WM specialists Dr Dima El-Sharkawi (Consultant Haematologist at Royal Marsden Hospital) and Dr Shirley D’Sa (lead WM clinician at UCLH) to answer some of your top questions about what the COVID-19 vaccine is, and what it means for you.

At  the start of December, the UK was the first country in the world to approve a vaccine for COVID-19, bringing hope to many that the lockdown and accompanying restrictions on daily life may soon come to an end.

We know, though, that many people still have questions about the vaccine, and what it means for them as someone affected by WM, but we hope the information provided will help you make an informed choice.

Read the Q&A here

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