Recent Examples of immunosuppression from the Web
And then there’s the fact that a reused kidney would have already been exposed to immunosuppression drugs, which could have damaged it.
There's evidence from rodents that this effect can include suppressing the immune system, so the team behind the work developed a protocol in rodents that could specifically drive immunosuppression through the placebo effect.
But in middle age, there’s a slight uptick in the number of women—in particular, pregnant women in the midst of a nine-month immunosuppression stint—that go to the emergency room for influenza side effects.
This finding may also have implications in immune diseases as well as treatments either resulting in or employing immunosuppression.
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medical Definition of immunosuppression
- Recurrent infection may develop in some patients despite minimization of their immunosuppression.
- —Jay A. Fishman, The New England Journal of Medicine, 20 Dec. 2007
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