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Cells found naturally in the body may help prevent the rejection of an organ transplant. Research shows new cell therapy could also eliminate a transplant patientâ€™s need for life-long medication and could help their transplant last longer.
Researchers at King's College London have used cells found naturally in the body, to re-educate the immune system to prevent rejection of an organ transplant while remaining capable of fighting infections and cancer.
Spanish researchers have found that liver transplant recipients who quit smoking have a lower incidence of smoking-related malignancies (SRM) than patients who keep smoking.
Researchers from Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research Institute have discovered that resveratrol â€“ a compound found in red wine â€“ when combined with rapamycin can have a tumor-suppressing effect on breast cancer cells that are resistant to rapamycin alone.
Today, individuals with lupus nephritis benefit from better treatments than a decade ago.
PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Soligenix, Inc.
Among patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy for severe aplastic anemia, a condition in which the bone marrow is unable to produce blood cells, the length of telomeres (chromosome markers of biological aging) was clearly associated with a higher rate of relapse and lower overall survival.
EXTON, Pa., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- BioTrends Research Group, Inc. recently published its TreatmentTrendsÂ®: Kidney Transplantation report. This report is based on online survey results from over 150 physicians (general nephrologists, transplant nephrologists and transplant surgeons).
For patients with IgA nephropathy, a type of kidney disease, steroid treatment can prevent or delay loss of kidney function.
PRINCETON, N.J., June 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Soligenix, Inc.
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