From Medical Oddity to Clinical Hope | GenomeWeb

No physician likes to hear that a patient went rogue and stopped taking critical medication. But doctors of organ transplant patients usually don’t have to worry about that — most recipients of an organ take their anti-rejection meds like they’ve found religion.

So you can imagine the surprise of a very small number of doctors who have discovered that their transplant patients have not only stopped taking their anti-rejection drugs but, against all odds, they’re also perfectly healthy.

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