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Research Review on Dermatology [February 2]
In the February research review on dermatology, you will find updated US guidelines for the prevention of peanut allergy. Staying in the United States, the NEJM has reported an unusual rash in a pregnant woman with locally-acquired Zika virus infection; the first non-travel-associated case of Zika virus infection in the United States. On the local front, an interesting new report says there is no evidence that tick-borne Lyme disease exists in Australia. And finally, on the back cover, you will find a summary of upcoming local and international educational opportunities including workshops, webinars and conferences.
Featured in this issue:
- US clinical treatment plans for juvenile dermatomyositis with skin rash
- US guidelines for prevention of peanut allergy
- Skin rash in a US woman with locally-acquired Zika virus infection
- Biosimilar survey finds knowledge gaps among US specialists
- Practice patterns of US dermatologists vs guidelines for melanoma
- Is there a Lyme-like disease in Australia?
- Australian guidelines for melanoma care goes digital
- Sunscreen: a message from Cancer Council Australia
- TGA: safety of titanium dioxide and zinc oxide in sunscreen
- TGA approvals
- PBS listings
- PBAC recommendations
- Conferences, Workshops, Webinars and CPD
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