Phase 3 Dupilumab Data Shows Improved Symptoms of Eosinophilic Esophagitis
To date, dupilumab is the only biologic medicine to show positive, clinically meaningful phase 3 results in adults and adolescents with EoE.
John McKeon, MD: Improving Indoor-Air Quality with Asthma-Friendly Products
Dr. McKeon speaks of how patients can be more involved with managing their asthma and allergies by avoiding exposures in their own homes.
Wanda Phipatanakul, MD, MS: Reducing Disparities in School-Based Asthma Programs
Though telemedicine has improved upon school-based asthma programs across the country, Dr. Phipatanakul notes that the adoption of these programs can be difficult to implement.
Michelle Trivedi, MD, MPH: How COVID-19 Affected School-Based Asthma Programs
Dr. Trivedi speaks of a new text-based program that helps provide asthma care to children from communities of color, as well as how COVID-19 affected school-based asthma programs.
Joe Zein, MD, PhD, MBA: Eosinophilia and COVID-19 Outcomes in Asthma Patients on iCS
Dr. Zein speaks of the relationship between eosinophil count and COVID-19 illness and mortality, especially as it related to inhaled corticosteroid use.
Tailoring Telemedicine in Cardiology
With the field already booming with capability, a Penn Medicine expert discusses her team's research into finding the right tools for the right patients and clinicians.
Critical Needs in Influenza: Better Options, Improving Hesitancy
An executive with Seqirus discusses the company's work to address age-related flu severity risks.
Reaching Black Cardiovascular Patients by Text Message
A pilot trial from Perelman showed patients were far more likely to provide blood pressure levels via text than a standard online patient portal.
Delivering mRNA Technology to Flu Vaccination
A look into the research and prospects Seqirus looks to fulfill with the technology platofrm.
Bruce Sands, MD: The Impact of COVID-19 on Gastro Care
There is concerns over missed early screenings for gastrointestinal cancers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD: Broadening Clinical Research and Education for Skin of Color
Dr. Chovatiya returns to speak of some of the changes regarding the study of skin of color that have occurred in recent years.
The Importance of Primary Care Providers in COVID-19 Vaccination
Investigator Andrew T. Chan, MD, MPH, discusses his team's recent findings showing a positive link between primary care providers per capita and community vaccination rates.
Karan Lal, DO, MS, FAAD: Achieving Racial Equality in Dermatology Care
Dr. Lal speaks to deficiencies in dermatology education as they relate to skin of color, and how more inclusive language and media help dermatologists improve patient care.
How the Nancy Esterly Pediatric Dermatology Visiting Lectureship Program Promotes Diversity
The program has returned with a renewed focus for Black and skin of color-dominant residency programs in addition to those with limited access to mentorship resources.
Megha Shankar, MD: Promoting Antiracism Practices in Health Care
Dr. Shankar speaks to how physician training and patient conversations can evolve in dermatology through progressive antiracism efforts.
What Role Do Genetics Play in Age-Related Macular Degeneration?
Steffen Schmitz-Valckenberg, MD, explains the close association between disease progression and uncovered risk alleles.
What Avacincaptad Pegol Could Bring to Geographic Atrophy
Veeral S. Sheth, MD, MBA, discusses the potential value of complement inhibitors for the at-need patient population.
Indu Poornima, MD: Improving Awareness, Education in Women’s Heart Health
Dr. Poornima explores improving engagement in women’s cardiovascular care from both a provider and a patient level.
Marcia Klein-Patel, MD: The Importance of Women in Medicine
February 3 is National Women's Physician Day.
Faricimab Provides Visual Acuity Improvement with Adjustable Dosing in Patients with DME
YOSEMITE and RHINE data further supports the novel agent for diabetic macular edema. A study investigators explains the impact of the new findings.
The Physician Burnout Crisis: Manifestations and Ramifications
Joined by 5 experts in the field of burnout, Crisis Point uncovers the ways burnout manifests and the ramifications it has on both personal and professional lives.
The Transformative Power of a Wish
How COVID-19 Is Informing Influenza Strategies
An expert explains how flu monitoring, sequencing, and preventive strategies may be improved due to the pandemic.
The Inherent Links in COVID-19, Flu Prevention
A public health expert discusses how the future of COVID-19 may be managed similarly to flu—and why vaccination efforts are similarly burdened.
Combating Rising Flu, COVID-19 Cases in the US
A pair of experts discussed the importance of differentiating early signs of either disease on a recent podcast.
Keipp Talbot, MD, MPH: The State of Flu Vaccine Research
The expert explains what recent vaccine innovations may come to influenza products.
The State of Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccination
A pediatrician discusses the stakes at hand for children whose parents are considering available vaccines now.
How COVID-19 Testing, Vaccines Effect Monoclonal Antibody Use
An Allegheny Health expert gives perspective on how the proven regimen plays a role amid the Omicron outbreaks, and increased vaccination and testing.
The COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Playbook
A look into how Allegheny Health Network prioritizes the valuable therapy amid rising cases.
James Shapiro, MD: Insulin Production In T1D Patients After Stem Cell Therapy
Dr. Shapiro discusses the implantable VC-02 device success in producing C-peptide in patients with type 1 diabetes and what is coming next.
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