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IL-17 A Inhibitor Switching – Efficacy of Ixekizumab Following Secukinumab Failure . A Single-center Experience

@inproceedings{ShermanIL17AI,
  title={IL-17 A Inhibitor Switching – Efficacy of Ixekizumab Following Secukinumab Failure . A Single-center Experience},
  author={Shany Sherman and Efrat Solomon-Cohen and Iris Amitay-Laish and Emmilia Hodak and Lev Pavlovsky}
}

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