Interventions for Financial Toxicity: More Crucial Than Ever in the Time of COVID-19

Author: Thomas G. Knight MD
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Disclosures: Dr. Knight has disclosed that he receives grant funding from the Foundation for Financial Planning.

Correspondence: Thomas G. Knight, MD, Levine Cancer Institute, Atrium Health, 1021 Morehead Medical Drive, LCI Building 2, Suite 60100, Charlotte, NC 28204. Email: Thomas.Knight@carolinashealthcare.org

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