FDA awards $2.3M to back immunosuppressive-drug study

11/7/2013 | American City Business Journals

The FDA has awarded transplant researchers from the University of Cincinnati $2.3 million to support two clinical trials that will assess the safety and efficacy of generic immunosuppressive-drug tacrolimus, a drug that lowers the risk of organ rejection in transplant patients. The three-year grant will support the studies in high-risk transplant recipients who have converted from branded tacrolimus to a generic version.

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