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Sun protective behaviour in renal transplant recipients. A qualitative study based on individual interviews and the Health Belief Model

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  2. Drug survival of guselkumab for psoriasis in a real-world setting: a single-center retrospective chart review

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  3. Biologics for chronic inflammatory skin diseases: an update for the clinician

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  5. Combined treatment with omalizumab and etanercept in a patient with chronic spontaneous urticaria and rheumatoid arthritis

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  1. Response to Comment on 'Diagnosis and treatment of basal cell carcinoma: European consensus-based interdisciplinary guidelines'

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  2. Enhanced and Sustained Cutaneous Delivery of Vismodegib by Ablative Fractional Laser and Microemulsion Formulation

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  3. Efficacy and tolerability of intralesional bleomycin in dermatology: A systematic review

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  4. Nonprescription acne vulgaris treatments:Their role in our treatment armamentarium: An international panel discussion

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Renal transplant recipients (RTRs) are at high-risk of developing aggressive and potentially lethal non-melanoma skin cancer, which emphasizes the need for consistent sun protective behaviour.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Journal of dermatological treatment
Volume21
Issue number6
Pages (from-to)331-6
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2010

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