Kidney Transplant | Current Treatment | US | 2016

Each year in the United States, more than 17,000 patients suffering from renal failure undergo a kidney transplant. To prevent rejection and maintain the new kidney’s functionality, these patients must remain on immunosuppressive regimens for the duration of their life. This content stream explores the differences in prescribing practices, attitudes, and perceptions of the general nephrologists, transplant nephrologists, and transplant surgeons involved in kidney patients’ continuum of care and uncovers potential opportunities in the marketing of current and future immunosuppressant therapies.

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