What Are Immunosuppressants For?
When doctors are looking to suppress someone’s immune system, they turn to cyclosporine. This molecule was isolated from a fungus back in the ‘70s and it’s been used in patients who have just undergone an organ transplant. You see, without cyclosporine, it’s more likely that that organ would be rejected by the donor’s own immune system. In order to (hopefully) make the transplant take, immunosuppressants must be taken daily. Our cyclosporine necklace makes a great gift for transplant surgeons, immunologists, transplant recipients, and starry-eyed pre-med students.
You will get:
- A durable sterling silver pendant (92.5% silver) that will last a lifetime
- Delivered with a sterling silver chain with lobster clasp (ø 1.8 mm, 45 cm - 17.7”) that is easy to put on every day
- Pendant: 30 mm
- Hypoallergenic (100% nickel and lead free), so no skin rashes or other irritations
- Packed in a beautiful gift box (no need to search for one if it’s a present)
- Cleaning cloth included, just to make sure the necklace never loses its shine
- Delivered with our Certificate of Authenticity
- For other chain lengths or pendant materials (gold, platinum) please contact us