Medical Program: How Radiation Oncologists Are Adapting Patient Care Amid COVID-19

How Radiation Oncologists Are Adapting Patient Care Amid COVID-19

How Radiation Oncologists Are Adapting Patient Care Amid COVID-19
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Are the changes being made to the way we approach treating cancer creating more convenient ways for patients to access care beyond this pandemic? 

  • Overview

    Throughout this global pandemic, radiation oncologists are faced with the challenge of finding ways to continue administering the necessary cancer treatments while limiting their patients’ risk of exposure to COVID-19. Dr. Anthony Dragun from the MD Anderson Cancer Center is here to explain how that can be done and why these new approaches should be embraced even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.

    Published April 27, 2020

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