In treating cold-reacting immune hemolysis, treatment is primarily supportive. The infection-related subset is usually self-limited, and the goal is to treat the underlying condition when it is related to autoimmune disease or a lymphoproliferative disorder. Idiopathic Cold Agglutinin Syndrome may not require therapy except keeping warm. However, if further treatment is needed, what is generally prescribed?
Immunosuppressive Agents: Cyclophosphamide