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Risk of pneumonitis with anti-PD-1/PD-L1 monoclonal antibodies therapy

Pneumonitis is an uncommon but serious condition occurring in patients receiving anti-PD-1/PD-L1 monoclonal antibodies

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During follow-up, 11 of the 32 patients died, and nine had IF-ALD; the latter predicted poor overall survival.

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Tuberculous pleural effusion: Cytologic review of 52 patients with corresponding histopathological diagnoses | ESP

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Chemotherapy and antiviral therapy for HCV may be administered together in many cases | EASL Special Conference on HCV
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Direct antiviral agents are effective in a real-world HCV patient population, though monitoring for adverse events is required | EASL Special Conference on HCV

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Does PCOS affect sexual dysfunction?

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Do incretin-based diabetes drugs increase pancreatic cancer risk?

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