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My father-in-law has suffered from gout for several years and was put on colbenemid and developed symptoms of aplastic anemia approx. 3 years ago. Bone marrow bx did not show cancerous cells. After long doses of steroids, his low platlet count, low WBC count, etc. has resolved.
It is of note that colchicine (which is a component of Colbenemid) can cause bone marrow suppression and result in low blood counts.
For more information, please read our full medical article on colchicine