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Q2 How long is the treatment?

Cultured lymphocytes are suspended in 100 cc of physiological saline and placed in a small bag.
This fluid is administered through a vein in your arm by drip infusion. The duration of the drip infusion is about 40 minutes.
The whole treatment is completed in about 90 minutes from your arrival, including tests such as the measurement of blood pressure and examination.
(See Time required for examination, administration, and blood collection for details.)

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