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Making assumptions about COVID-19 and cancer: a way to harm all

Since its very beginning, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed people with health vulnerabilities to live in bubbles (symbolically). In parallel, we, as oncology professionals, have accepted more restrictive measures to control the pandemic and while attempting to protect those vulnerable groups, we ended up systematically excluding them from healthcare (literally). 
By Dario Trapani
Prevention, the key to make cancer care sustainable

Prevention, the key to make cancer care sustainable

Medical oncologists have traditionally played a marginal role in helping drive the adoption of preventive lifestyles, “but now it is time to strengthen our commitment” says ESMO President

Telemedicine: the good and bad of living a hype

Telemedicine: the good and bad of living a hype

New forms of remote cancer care services have been piloted since the COVID-19 outbreak to offer support to patients while complying with hospital visiting restrictions. Despite a renewed popularity of telemedicine, digital services implemented so quickly may increase the risk of unmet expectations in the future.

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