Immunosuppressive drug

What is Immunosuppressive drug?

Immunosuppressive drugs or immunosuppressive agents or antirejection medications are drugs that inhibit or prevent activity of the immune system.

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I take methotrexate 10 tab 1x week 2.5 mg and I use humaria 1injection every other Monday. Tonight I notice a yellow tinge to the white in my eyes...

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Since you are taking both methotrexate and Humaria for rheumatoid arthritis, it means that you are having a severe...

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Hi! I developed an itchy pink patch of skin on my lower right leg approx 1 month ago. I attributed it to razor burn although I have never...

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