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Be Proactive with Prospera™ to Surveil Your New Kidney

More informed, better protection

You and your provider understand the importance of preserving the function of a newly transplanted kidney. Achieving this goal could mean avoiding both dialysis and returning to the transplant list.

Early, informed treatment of underlying disease and patient adherence to medications are essential to preserving kidney function.

Hear how the Prospera™ test can help you manage your new kidney

Prospera works

How Does It Work?

From a single blood draw, Prospera™ measures the amount of donor DNA from your transplanted kidney in your blood. This helps your care team assess all types of rejection more precisely than available standard assessment tools.1-3

Is Prospera™ right for you?



References

1Sigdel TK et al. Optimizing detection of kidney transplant injury by assessment of donor-derived cell-free DNA via massively multiplex PCR. J Clin Med. 2019;8(1):19.

2Halloran, PF. et al. Combining Donor-derived Cell-free DNA Fraction and Quantity to Detect Kidney Transplant Rejection Using Molecular Diagnoses and Histology as Confirmation. Transplantation: June 29, 2022 - doi: 10.1097/TP.0000000000004212

3Bromberg, et al. Increases in Donor-Derived Cell-Free DNA Prior to Biopsy Proven Rejection in Kidney Transplant. American Transplant Congress, June 2023, San Diego

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