Thank you for that additional information.
There is not a lot of data on Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in the face of MS and concurrent Gilbert's syndrome. Most of the recent work has focused on patients with CLL.
That being said a study published in the NEJM showed that this might be feasible.
So. What is the take home message?
The answer is a definite maybe......
The best way to know if Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation will work in your particular situation is to discuss it in depth with your medical team. A yes or no answer is beyond the scope of what can be provided on this sort of forum....especially on such an important question.
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