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Cyclosporine inhibits hepatitis C virus in vitro

...A prospective randomized comparative trial between cyclosporine and TAC should further evaluate their observations. "Due to the accelerated rate of disease progression and graft failure after liver transplantation in HCV patients," the authors conclude, "it will be very important to determine the ideal immunosup...

New type of rejection blocker protects kidneys after transplant

...d in NEJM, 218 patients were randomized to receive cyclosporine or either a less-intensive or more-intensive cours...e in the intensive belatacept group and one in the cyclosporine group. After 12 months of post-transplant treatment, the researchers used glomular filtration rate ...

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