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US FDA approved immune-checkpoint inhibitors updated 09-Mar-2019

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Dr Joanne Chiu HKU management irAE hepatitis manage immune-mediated hepatitis immunotherapy I-O immunooncology immune-induced hepatitis

Management of Immune-Mediated Hepatitis: a Case Report

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ImmunoOncology: Dr Oscar Chan on the treatment of irAE rash

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Prof Stefan Kasper on I-O in EXTREME-ineligible Head and Neck Cancer I-O in SCCHN with focus on EXTREME-ineligible Patients and the future directions of combination immunotherapy

Prof Stefan Kasper on I-O in EXTREME-ineligible SCCHN

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I-O in Special Populations: the Treatment of Immunotherapy-Induced Pneumonitis

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Herbert Loong on irAEs Immunotherapy (I-O) and New Onset Diabetes or immune-mediated diabetes

I-O in Special Populations: Diabetes and Concomitant Steroids

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Nivolumab Renal Cell Cancer Symposium Highlight

Nivolumab for Renal Carcinoma: Getting the Most Out of PD-1 Immunotherapy

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