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SangStat - About Transplantation - Backgrounder


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Topics include organ allocation and donation, immunosuppressants, rejection and the future of transplantation




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  SangStat is a global biotechnology company focused on immunology and working to discover, develop and market high value therapeutic products in the autoimmune, hematology/oncology and immunosuppression areas.

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