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Symptoms and Side Effects - Growth Factors

Growth factors

Growth factors are agents that help the bone marrow to produce more blood cells. Some growth factors, such as erythropoietin, stimulate the production of red blood cells, while other growth factors, such as colony-stimulating factors, stimulate the production of white blood cells.

Growth Factors: Erythropoietin
Growth Factors: Colony-stimulating Factors