COVID-19: What's new in heme/onc
Oncologists are moving cancer patients to other hospitals, reevaluating the need for cancer treatments, and embracing telemedicine to protect...
The American College of Surgeons has issued new guidelines for cancer surgery in the era of COVID-19.
Dr. Alan P. Lyss examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has and will affect cancer care and research.
Surgical triage is necessary when resources are scarce.
Patients in gene therapy trials and those with factor inhibitors are of particular concern.
The American Society for Transplantation and Cellular Therapy document focuses on patient-treatment specifics and donor issues.
Expert advises diligence in screening cancer patients and commonsense preventative measures.