Tacrolimus with Steroids and Standard Daclizumab Versus Steroid-Free Tacrolimus with Extended Daclizumab in Pediatric Renal Transplantation (SNS01)

Oscar Salvatierra
Over the last 40 years, corticosteroids have been an important part of drug regimens used to prevent organ rejection and maintain the immune health of people who have received organ transplants. Unfortunately, the negative physical effects of corticosteroids can be severe, especially in children. The purpose of this study is to determine the safety and effectiveness of a corticosteroid-free treatment regimen for children and adolescents who have received kidney transplants.
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