COULD_YOU_PLZ_SNIFF5 karma2019-01-29 16:11:08 UTC
Awesome question... too lazy to dive into the research, but in my experience, we throw steroids at the immune-related adverse events of checkpoint inhibitors.
EDIT: Here is a paper that outlines possible treatments. Approach to therapy depends heavily on severity of the reaction. If not responsive to steroids, other agents (eg TNF blockers) can be considered.
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COULD_YOU_PLZ_SNIFF3 karma2019-01-29 16:22:30 UTC
I think the answer is yes it can happen, but usually it remains seronegative.
COULD_YOU_PLZ_SNIFF1 karma2019-01-29 15:56:40 UTC
Can you please explain what exactly γδ T cells are?
COULD_YOU_PLZ_SNIFF1 karma2019-01-29 16:24:59 UTC
Thanks for this! What is the significance of the gd T cell vs ab T cell population?
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