Research Studies

Rare Skin Reactions Following COVID-19 Vaccines Are Being Studied

Recent findings from the COVID-19 Dermatology Registry, run by the AAD and the International League of Dermatologic Societies, helped shed some light on the skin reactions reported after Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations in some individuals. In this study, 414 cutaneous reactions were reviewed, ranging from minor injection-site inflammation to an episode of shingles.

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COVID-19 Versus Seasonal Influenza Outcomes in Autoimmune Disease Patients 

A recent multi-national study evaluated 30-day outcomes in hospitalized COVID-19 patients living with autoimmune disease (AD). Data was aggregated from centers including Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Information System for Research in Primary Care-Hospitalisation Linked Data in Spain. 133,589 patients diagnosed and 48,428 hospitalized with COVID-19 and living with autoimmune disease were included in the study.  

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