Cellular immune therapy for viral infections in transplant patients

@inproceedings{Khanna2013CellularIT,
  title={Cellular immune therapy for viral infections in transplant patients},
  author={Rajiv Khanna and Corey Smith},
  booktitle={The Indian journal of medical research},
  year={2013}
}
Stem cell and organ transplantation are considered as the major advances of modern medicine. Unfortunately the success of transplantation is limited by its toxicity and infectious complications as a result of profound immunosuppression. Viral infections are an extremely common and predictable problem in these patients. Antiviral drugs given either prophylactically or as early therapy for patients with detectable viral loads appear to be an effective strategy for reducing viral infections… CONTINUE READING

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