Stem Cells May Replace Immunosuppression in Transplant Patients

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Investigators at Stanford University have developed a novel protocol in which recipients of living donor kidneys also receive stem cells from the donors and thus can avoid using immunosuppressants. John Schieszer reports on this development in today's Medical Minute.
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