|Kidney failure is like the end sentence and patients are
very disappointed when receiving his diagnosis. They just want to grad a
life-saving straw and continue living. Renal transplant is one of therapies that
can prolong their life span.|
What are the curative effects of renal transplant?
Many people look forward to living a freer and non-suffering life by taking renal transplant. Can it realize their dream? Although some people in the newspaper can enjoy a long life, in most of patients renal transplant only delay complications. The new kidney can help them to discharge salts, product wastes and excessive water. So they have no skin itching, bad appetite, sick, vomit, high blood pressure, swelling, heart disease and other complications of renal failure.
Patients' suffering would not stop after the surgery. For their domestic immune system will attack the graft kidney, they need anti-rejection drugs for the whole life. In fact, it means they will have a low immunity to the foreign invaders. So patients are every easy to be infected and many people die of some serious infection. And only 1% of patients have ten-year survival rate.
After weighting the advantage and disadvantage of renal transplant, they are hoping to seek another more effective treatment.
Immunotherapy is one of therapy which is much better than renal transplant. This therapy is a very comprehensive and can be divided into six steps. Among these steps, immune protection is very important for kidney failure. It adopts Chinese herbs and Immunotherapy which cannot only to remove complications of kidney failure but also can repair kidney tissues. Chinese herbs can greatly regulate body’s immunity and provide essential nutrition, which can make the damaged cells to recover. Immunotherapy is used to produce many healthy cells to supply new blood vessels, glomeruli, renal tubules and so on. Through immunotherapy, people can get a healthy kidney instead of renal transplant. Besides, people’s complications can be greatly eliminated from the root.
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