Mycophenylate

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Anti-rejection medicines are given after transplant surgery to help prevent organ rejection. People who have received an organ transplant will usually need to take an anti-rejection medicine, such as mycophenolate (CellCept®, Myfortic®), for the rest of their lives. By decreasing the activity of the immune system, this drug helps prevent the body from perceiving a newly transplanted kidney, liver, or heart as a threat. This makes it less likely for the new organ to be rejected by the body.
 
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