Cold Agglutinin Disease – Cold Agglutinin Disease is also referred by CAD is an autoimmune disease where the immune system mistakenly attacks the red blood cells and destroy them. This disease is triggered by cold temperatures and can cause a range of issues from dizziness to hear failure. problems that range from dizziness to heart failure. Cold Agglutinin Disease is sometimes referred to by cold antibody hemolytic anemia.
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