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Epidemiology and risk factors for the development of cutaneous toxicities in patients treated with immune-checkpoint inhibitors: A United States population-level analysis

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Shannon Wongvibulsin, Vartan Pahalyants, Mark Kalinich, William Murphy, Kun-Hsing Yu, Feicheng Wang, Steven T Chen, Kerry Reynolds, Shawn G Kwatra, and Yevgeniy R Semenov. 2021. “ Epidemiology and risk factors for the development of cutaneous toxicities in patients treated with immune-checkpoint inhibitors: A United States population-level analysis .” J Am Acad Dermatol. Abstract BACKGROUND: A variety of dermatoses have been reported in the growing number of patients treated with immune-checkpoint inhibitors , but the current understanding of cutaneous immune-related adverse events is...
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Prediction of severe immune-related adverse events requiring hospital admission in patients on immune checkpoint inhibitors: study of a population level insurance claims database from the USA

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Mark Kalinich, William Murphy, Shannon Wongvibulsin, Vartan Pahalyants, Kun-Hsing Yu, Chenyue Lu, Feicheng Wang, Leyre Zubiri, Vivek Naranbhai, Alexander Gusev, Shawn G Kwatra, Kerry L Reynolds, and Yevgeniy R Semenov. 2021. “ Prediction of severe immune-related adverse events requiring hospital admission in patients on immune checkpoint inhibitors: study of a population level insurance claims database from the USA .” J Immunother Cancer, 9, 3. Abstract BACKGROUND: Immune-related adverse events are a serious side effect of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy for patients with advanced...
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