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Immunity after chemotherapy

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Nurse_BCN
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Re: Immunity after chemotherapy

Hello susieA 

Thanks for posting. 

Blood counts like the full blood count usually return to normal or near normal two or three weeks after the last chemotherapy treatment. 

As you had your last chemo two weeks, then your immune system has hopefully recovered or will do soon. The COVID-19 vaccines you have had should still be providing you with immunity against coronavirus. 

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susieA
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Immunity after chemotherapy

I finished chemotherapy two weeks ago and am wondering how long it takes for your body to revert to normal levels of white cells for fighting infections and whether I still have some immunity from my (4) covid jabs.