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What happens if you have a liver transplant and you stop taking anti rejectipn drugs?

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Dr. Joseph Sucher
Trauma Surgery 27 years experience
Transplant rejection: If you stop taking your medications, the transplanted liver will be rejected, leading to irreversible damage and eventually liver failure.

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