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The outlook for hemolytic anemia depends on its cause and severity. The underlying health of the affected person also affects the prognosis.

Cases that are caused by medications or infections usually go away quickly.

People with autoimmune hemolytic anemia usually respond well to treatment.

The outlook for people with inherited hemolytic anemias depends on the type of inherited illness and its severity.

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