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What are immunosuppressive drugs? why they are used?

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Dr. John Chiu answered

Immune disorders: Immune suppressive drugs works just as they sound- to suppress the type of overactive immune responses causing the illnesses . The type of drug used would depend on the type of immune reactions specific to that disease.

Answered 10/26/2014

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