Medical Program: Breast Cancer Care Amid COVID-19: How It’s Changed for the Better & for the Worse

Breast Cancer Care Amid COVID-19: How It’s Changed for the Better & for the Worse

Breast Cancer Care Amid COVID-19: How It’s Changed for the Better & for the Worse
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From the drawbacks of social distancing to the benefits of telemedicine, here’s how an oncologist is adapting to this new normal caused by COVID-19.

  • Overview

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its steep toll on a global scale, it can be all too easy to focus on the negatives. But as Dr. Stephanie Graff has found, there have also been some good things to come out of this pandemic. Here’s all the different ways COVID-19 has affected her practice at the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute.

    Published April 20, 2020

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