Suppression Immunotherapies

Therapies that reduce an immune response to treat allergy or autoimmune disease, for example, are referred to as suppression immunotherapies. Suppression immunotherapy may also be used to prevent tissue/organ rejection in patients who receive a transplant. Immunotherapy is treatment that works by triggering, improving or suppressing the body’s immune response. Therapies that induce or amplify an immune response are referred to as activation immunotherapies and these are used in vaccines or to treat cancer.

  • Immunosuppressive drugs
  • Immunotherapy for allergy
  • Immunotherapy for transplant patients
  • Immunotherapy for Autoimmune disease

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