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Treating Pemphigus with Immunoglobulin (IVIG) Therapy

By Peggy Clinton, BSN, Eric Hill, Wanda Rogers, RPH As many of you know, Pemphigus is an immune-mediated blistering skin disease involving the IgG autoantibodies which bind to the cell wall of the epidermis. The specific pathway of the blistering

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Management and Treatment with Systemic Glucocorticoids

Systemically administered glucocorticoids are potent immunosuppressive and anti-inflamatory drugs that play an important role in treating many dermatologic disorders, including the different types of pemphigus. Unfortunately, their potency also results in numerous side effects, many of which can be

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The P/P Registry has been approved by the Western Institutional Review Board (WIRB) and is actively enrolling participants.