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People have anti-rejection drugs for organ replacement why can't you have the same for blood transfusions?

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In brief: It's not necessary

Rejection of a blood transfusion is called a "transfusion reaction.
" blood banks can almost always find a donor blood product which won't cause a reaction so anti-rejection drugs are usually not required.

In brief: It's not necessary

Rejection of a blood transfusion is called a "transfusion reaction.
" blood banks can almost always find a donor blood product which won't cause a reaction so anti-rejection drugs are usually not required.
Dr. Barry Browne
Dr. Barry Browne
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In brief: No

Abo blood type incompatibility involves preformed antibodies to different red blood cell glycoproteins.
The drugs would remove them.

In brief: No

Abo blood type incompatibility involves preformed antibodies to different red blood cell glycoproteins.
The drugs would remove them.
Dr. Stuart Flechner
Dr. Stuart Flechner
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