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Pandemic Perplexities: Experts Address Safety, Cancer Care Delivery and Other Issues

With a panel representing oncology, epidemiology and infectious disease medicine, this presentation sorts out the data to illuminate issues in caring for immunocompromised, COVID-infected and cancer patients. Includes updates on answering common questions, home-monitoring of COVID patients, and optimizing safety in the clinic and hospital; plus, a look at COVID health care disparities.


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January 25, 2021

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UCSF MedConnection

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