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Organ rejection drug helps lupus patients

CellCept is a drug commonly used to prevent organ transplant rejection but it has also found to be effective against symptoms of renal lupus. A study shows that it may also be effective for lupus sufferers with no renal involvement.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by WebMD Medical News

Related Disease Topics:

  • Lupus
  • Renal lupus
  • Non-renal lupus
  • Organ transplant rejection

Article Source Details

About: Organ rejection drug helps lupus patients

Date: 18 October 2004

Source: WebMD Medical News

Author: Jeanie Lerche Davis

URL: http://my.webmd.com/content/article/95/103309.htm

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