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New achievement of Scientists in the field of organ transplantation

  • Anti rejection drugs can be stopped

  • These are dangerous in continuous use

  • Entirely new body resistance to be regrown

  • This method do not consider transplant as enemy


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New Delhi: New achievement has been reported in organ transplantation.

This will make organ transplant be easier in case of its success, but the cost of patients’ medicines will also be greatly reduced after organ transplantation.


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Scientists have considered this type of anti resistance medicines are very harmful to the body.

They are working towards ending the continuous use of these drugs.

New achievement has been reported in Nature Magazine

Research fellows have reported that organ transplantation and subsequent developments have also been analysed in depth.

Only after studying this problem, scientists have found a way out for its alternative.

Which is new achievement and they are working fast on it.

In which, 21 days after organ transplantation, the need for all the medicines of this type can be eliminated.

As we all know that after transplant there is huge use of medicines as anti rejection drugs.

These drugs only stop the internal attack of immune system on the new organ.

It is important to know that whenever an organ is transplanted in someone’s body then there is a constant reaction inside the body.

In fact, the internal immune system of the body starts attacking the transplanted organ as an outsider.

Therefore, after the organ transplantation this internal attack is kept calm with the help of anti rejection medication.

But the continued use of these medicines also has a big adverse effect on the body.

Research has found that due to this, there is many types of complication arise including cancer.

Especially such drugs have the worst effect on the body’s pancreas.

Because of this, the entire body is vulnerable to this type of reactions.


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Scientists have modified white blood cells in order to discover a new method.

Under this research, one day after organ transplantation, when new white blood cells were inserted into the body.

They developed a new system to the body’s resistance.

The transplatation of the organ has already taken place one day before.

So when this system starts working, It Never attacks the organ transplanted.

They treat it a an internal part of the body.

This method was repeated again after one week.

With this, all internal systems were renewed and the transplanted organ also did not have to face an attack inside the body.

Therefore, scientists believe that it is better to withstand the ill effects of long-term anti-rejection medicine, to make the organ transplanted by the cell modification method to understand its partner’s position inside the body.

In this sequence, scientists are also believing that this method may become permanent treatment of type 1 diabetes after further development because due to the revival of fresh immunity, all the work in the internal structure without any previous trouble Seems to be from.

Will open new doors of treatment in the next phase




Bernad Herring, vice president and professor in the Department of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Minosta, said that the first phase of the research is just to protect the transplant from attack.

He is the main author of the article published in connection with this research.

This can lead us for new doors of treatment even in kidney transplant,

because even after transplanting organs, due to anti-rejection medicines, the life of human being is tied.

On the other hand, consuming these medicines for a long time eliminates resistance to the body.

Along with this, these types of medicines continue to produce many kinds of problems within the body.

Their main function is to prevent the resistance force from attacking the transplanted organ, but they also leave another bad effect inside the body.


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