tacrolimus, hecoria (Prograf)

CNI Immunosuppressants

Tacrolimus is part of the CNI Immunosuppressants class and treats Eczema and Organ Transplant. CNI immunosuppressants are used to treat organ transplant rejection, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, dry eyes, and eczema. They work by suppressing the immune system to prevent the body from attacking the organs, prevent swelling, and increase tear production. Tacrolimus is available in both brand and generic forms.

Prices for 30 capsules of tacrolimus 1mg (generic)

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Dosage 1mg

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