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Nadya Prood, Laura Mesana, Meaghan Roach, Rozanne Wilson, Nana Rezai, Maria Cecilia Vieira, and Suepattra G. May

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused extensive disruptions to healthcare delivery, including cancer care. Immediate and long-term effects of the pandemic on melanoma care delivery have not been well elucidated. This study examined patient

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Erica E. Fortune, Victoria G. Morris, Caroline Lawrence, and Alexandra K. Zaleta

Background: COVID-19 continues to have long-lasting effects on healthcare experiences and health-related quality of life, especially for individuals who are more reliant on frequent medical services, such as those living with a cancer diagnosis

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Raquel Reinbolt, Weihong Chase, Doris Garnett, and Penny Moore

. Strategies to divert patients away from the ED are needed, especially in the setting of COVID-19, which has disrupted usual care provision and exposed already vulnerable cancer patients to even greater risk. At the James Cancer Hospital, we have implemented

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Anuja Abhyankar, Abigail Chan, Ruobing Xue, Vatsala Katiyar, and Rohit Kumar

progression, and increased risk of COVID-19 mortality. We conducted a single-center descriptive study with an aim to identify the effect of COVID-19 on treatment delay in patients receiving immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI). Methods : A retrospective chart

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Thomas G. Knight

, effecting real change on patient circumstances falls to institutions. This is an especially important consideration in the current global environment. The COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented health and economic crisis that will have far

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Catherine Ly, Shiliang Zhang, Lauren Antrim, Nikhita Kathuria-Prakhash, Matthew Ebia, Varsha Tulpule, Anishka D'souza, and Gino Kim In

INTRODUCTION : Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has affected over two hundred million people. Numerous studies have evaluated its impact on cancer patients in regards to COVID-19 severity and outcome. However, there is

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Raquel Reinbolt, Erin Heuser, Amanda Hrnicek, Tori Stucke, Julie Bicknell, Dareth Gilmore, and David Cohn

INTRODUCTION : During the COVID-19 pandemic, data suggests there was a significant decrease in the volume of cancer screening tests and number of cancer diagnoses made compared with historical trends. Given the association of late stage cancer

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Branden Middleton, Delecia Robinson, Lisa Scott, Tracie Lewis, Becky Eaddy, Annie Thibault, and Frank Berger

Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening of uninsured and medically underserved South Carolinians has been the goal of Colorectal Cancer Prevention Network (CCPN) for 12 years. Due to COVID19, screening was halted for 3 months. Two fecal immunochemical

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Courtney Elisabeth Pisano, Janice A. Lyons, Gino Cioffi, Jill S. Barnholtz-Sloan, Joy Knight, Steven Maximuk, Megan E. Miller, Alberto J. Montero, Hannah Gilmore, and Eleanor E. Harris

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges in breast cancer (BC) management. Clinicians at our institution along with members from COVID-19 breast cancer consortium, published and adopted practice guidelines assigning patients to

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Sydney Beache, Aimee James, Graham Colditz, and Courtney Harriss

, covering screening eligibility and follow-up guidelines, navigating screening referral, and smoking cessation. Screening increased 18% following implementation of I-STEP. The COVID-19 pandemic prompted unforeseen changes to the healthcare landscape, wherein