Last updated on:January 8th, 2024
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A 6-year-old child with minimal change disease (MCD) has experienced multiple relapses of nephrotic syndrome, despite being treated with alternate-day low-dose prednisone. What is the most appropriate next step in management to prevent further relapses triggered by minor infections?