Published in Blood Weekly, September 19th, 2002
According to one study conducted in India, patients are off the immunosuppressive drug cyclosporine 3 months after undergoing living donor kidney transplantation and an elaborate set of treatments that included a separate surgical procedure to infuse crushed donor kidney tissue into their thymus.
In another study conducted at the University of Pittsburgh, a more simple strategy, but one just as bold, has...
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