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immunology
06/22/2022
This COVID-19 roundup includes coverage of the FDA’s latest emergency use authorization for vaccination in new pediatric populations, the risk of myocarditis following hospitalization, and the duration of...
06/22/2022
Immunotherapy
Immunotherapy options
Immunotherapy
05/05/2022
Knowing what your patient is allergic to can help your patient manage symptoms by reducing their exposure to allergens or starting allergy immunotherapy. Do you know the allergy immunotherapy options?
05/05/2022
Hematology
Hematology
03/24/2022
Your patient recently underwent a routine complete blood count (CBC) which showed an absolute neutrophil count of less than 1500/mL. No other abnormalities were present on the CBC.
03/24/2022

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Immunotherapy
Immunotherapy options
Immunotherapy
05/05/2022
Knowing what your patient is allergic to can help your patient manage symptoms by reducing their exposure to allergens or starting allergy immunotherapy. Do you know the allergy immunotherapy options?
05/05/2022
Hematology
Hematology
03/24/2022
Your patient recently underwent a routine complete blood count (CBC) which showed an absolute neutrophil count of less than 1500/mL. No other abnormalities were present on the CBC.
03/24/2022
Immunology
Immunology
10/26/2021
In this “Test Your Knowledge” quiz series, Melissa V. Cabellon, MD, PhD, asks you about which patient is the best candidate for the live-attenuated influenza vaccine.
10/26/2021
Immunology
Immunology
07/17/2018
Listen to the podcast with Michael Reid, MD, about the prevalence of obesity in patients with HIV, HIV treatments that may lead to obesity, and other anti-retroviral medications. Then take this quiz to see...
07/17/2018
Immunology
Immunology
08/10/2010
Children are defined as “persons aged 1 to 12 years.” How many vaccinations are recommended for the average child in the United States? Take our pop quiz to test your knowledge!
08/10/2010

Clinical Insights

Immunizations
Deepak Kaushal
Immunizations
01/23/2022
He talks about his team's work on developing a new tuberculosis vaccine, as well as what the vaccine would mean for the future of immunology.
01/23/2022
HIV Management
Daniel Fierer MD
HIV Management
07/29/2021
In this podcast, Daniel Fierer, MD, from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, discusses treating and managing HIV-HCV coinfection in men who have sex with men.
07/29/2021
Immunology
Immunology
09/22/2020
A recent study led by Shabir A. Madhi, PhD, analyzed the Hemagglutinin stalk antibody responses following trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine immunization of pregnant women and the association with...
09/22/2020
Rheumatic Disorders
Daniel Solomon
Rheumatic Disorders
08/05/2019
Dr Solomon discusses what rheumatologists should know about interleukin-1β inhibitors, his research on the relationship between the inhibitors and gout, and more.
08/05/2019
Immunology
Immunology
03/15/2019
Although the CDC and the ACIP vehemently state that serologic testing is not indicated for documented verification of childhood vaccinations, many health care organizations nevertheless are requiring “proof...
03/15/2019