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Following a successful kidney transplant in 1999, a 59-year-old woman has presented to the clinic for one of her regularly scheduled follow-up appointments. The nurse at the clinic should assess the patient in the knowledge that long-term use of antirejection drugs has been associated with
A)early onset of dementia.
B)increased risk of malignancy.
C)atherosclerosis.
D)increased risk of venous thromboembolism.
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As a consequence of long-term survival and chronic immunosuppression, patients on long-term immunosuppressants have an increased risk of developing a malignancy. These drugs have not been linked to dementia, VTE, or atherosclerosis.

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