What does COVID have to do with cancer?
From Jordan Goebig
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The recent pandemic has not slowed down cancer - every day, 1,500 people will die from this disease and 5,000 individuals will be diagnosed. COVID has impacted access to detection, it has delayed diagnoses, and it has altered treatment. It will change cancer care permanently. CCIL Director, Rohit Bhargava, dives into the short and long-term effects COVID will have on cancer and cancer research.