Immunosuppressive agent: A medication that slows or halts immune system activity. Immunosuppressive agents may be given to prevent the body from mounting an immune response after an organ transplant or for treating a disease that is caused by an overactive immune system.
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Because this compromise is largely unsatisfactory, there is a constant search for more effective and specific immunosuppressive agents and strategies.
Immunosuppressive Agents: Until tolerance, the success of organ transplantation will depend on skillful use of poweful immunosuppressive agents.
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