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Graft, Vol. 4, No. 7, 500-507 (2001)
© 2001 SAGE Publications

Immunosuppression in Pancreas Transplantation

Mark D. Stegall

Mayo Foundation and Clinic

Dean Y. Kim

Mayo Foundation and Clinic

Timothy S. Larson

Mayo Foundation and Clinic

The success of pancreas transplantation has steadily improved over the past several years as evidenced by the increasing numbers of transplants performed and the improving graft survival rates. The development of new immunosuppressive regimens is one of the primary reasons for this increased success. In this review, the authors examine the immunosuppressive options for pancreas transplant recipients and describe current and future immunosuppressive trends for these difficult transplants.

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