dermatology
Skin cancers

Melanoma patients need aggressive immunosuppressive therapy for irAEs


Additional immunosuppressants should be strongly considered and promptly given when immune-related adverse events (irAEs) associated with cancer immunotherapy aren’t quickly controlled with corticosteroids, Australian researchers say. Based on a case series of patients treated in Adelaide hospitals, they argue that there is no “compelling evidence” to indicate that immunosuppression will impair benefit from immunotherapy in ...

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