Editorial ArticleDr. Thomas Ryzlewicz
Organ Transplantation had developed to a regular therapy since more than 35 years. Tremendous success had reached. Looking the results over the decades, a clear improvement of the survival of the organs had reached in the first years following the individual transplantation. An essential part of this great success have the Immunosuppressive Drugs. They became strong and stronger. Comparable to other drugs, these immunosuppressive drugs also have undesired secondary effects. That is quite regular.