What are anti-rejection medications for a liver transplant?

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Basem Alkurdi, MD
Transplant Surgery
Basem Alkurdi, MD from Largo Medical Center discusses the different anti-rejection medications for a liver transplant. Learn more from this video.
The most common medications used to prevent rejection include medications such as Neoral, Prograf or Gengraf. Additionally recipient may take Cellcept or Myfortic acid. Many recipients also need steroids such as prednisone.

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