News in Brief: Delayed skin reactions to COVID-19 vaccine; Female dermatologists excluded on authorship; Australian researchers identify melanoma genetic changes that leads to lethal metastatic disease

Delayed cutaneous reactions seen with COVID-19 vaccine Doctors in the US have warned that clinicians may not be prepared to address delayed local cutaneous reactions occurring a median of eight days after receipt of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. Reporting on a series of 12 patients who experienced large local reactions anywhere from four to 11 ...

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