accelerated rejection

ac·cel·er·at·ed re·jec·tion

a transplant rejection manifested in less than 3 days.
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The rest "are alive and well," with no cases of accelerated rejection, infection, humoral sensitization, or graft-versus-host disease noted in the study group.
More than Loisy, however, Johannes Weiss and especially Albert Schweitzer accelerated rejection of Harnack's liberalism through Sanday's careful, temperate assessment of both for English theology in his The Life of Christ in Recent Research (1907).

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