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Immunosuppressants are a type of immunotherapy that inhibit the immune response. Their use is particularly important in organ transplantation to decrease the risk of GvHD and transplant rejection, and in autoimmune diseases to control inflammatory symptoms. Mycophenolate mofetil is an example of an immunosuppressant.
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