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An allogenic skin graft allows a person with a burn to receive skin from a donor. Patients are often given drugs to suppress their immune system. Why would a patient need to be given these drugs? The body would recognize the donor tissue as foreign material and would mount an immune response. More blood is needed to heal tissue and thus would result in great vascularization of the tissue. Nerve endings would be regenerated. Pain would be diminished during the transplant.

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