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As we inch closer to a possible vaccine for COVID-19, we are finally filling in the details on how the pandemic is affecting every aspect of our patient’s lives. Are our rheumatic patients at…
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COVID-19 brought many changes to our clinical practice, but the shift from face-to-face consultations to telemedicine has been immense for clinicians and patients alike. A simple Twitter poll which I…
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Friday was the first full day of scientific sessions at the 2020 Virtual ACR/ARP meeting. Here are a few of my highlights from day one: Safety of Recombinant Zoster Vaccine (RZV) (Abstract 0452)…
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I recently had the pleasure of interviewing my friend and colleague, Dr. Cassie Calabrese, rheumatology and infectious disease expert at the Cleveland Clinic, regarding the 6 things you need to know…
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, rheumatologists scrambled to figure out how the SARS-CoV-2 virus will affect their patients with immune mediated inflammatory diseases (IMID).  Will patients on…
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Infection in the setting of autoimmune rheumatic disease (ARD) has been the subject of increasing research and clinical interest for decades. Even before the advent of disease-modifying anti-…
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