Rappamune

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Rapamune® (sirolimus) is a prescription medication used after a kidney transplant. This anti-rejection drug works to decrease the activity of the immune system, which makes the body less likely to reject the new kidney. This product comes in the form of a tablet or an oral solution. It is taken once a day.
 
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