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Gordon Taylor Moffat, Lilian Hanna, Wilma Hopman, Andrea S. Fung, and Pierre-Olivier Gaudreau

Background : The COVID-19 pandemic led to Cancer Care Ontario’s approval of extended dosing (ED) of pembrolizumab in the management of metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (mNSCLC) as a means of reducing the risk of exposure through less visits

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Derek Falk and Bradley J. Zebrack

The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the need for healthcare systems to integrate digital tools, including patient portals, telehealth, and electronic health records, to optimize whole-person cancer care. Pandemic protocols have limited and, in

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Neil Iyengar, Clay Williams, Michael Rogan, Laurie Campbell, Shirley Mertz, Jeremy Block, Maria Ebling, Connie Chen, Justin Doan, Samantha K. Kurosky, and Timothy Pluard

Background : Significant changes were made in healthcare treatment (tx), safety standards, and protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. mBC pts are particularly vulnerable to such changes, making it critical to understand their perspectives

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Joshua Richter, Stephen J. Noga, and Robert Rifkin

oncology centers in relation to the ability to continue enrollment during COVID-19. Figure 1. Enrollment on US MM-6, 2017–2021. Enrollment was uninterrupted, nationwide, during the COVID-19 pandemic. US MM-6 provided an oral, accessible, continuous

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Anil K. Rengan and Crystal S. Denlinger

radiographic response at her first disease evaluation 2 months into treatment ( Figure 2 ). Figure 2. CT images at (A) treatment initiation, (B) CA 19-9 nadir, (C) treatment hold for COVID-19, and (D) disease progression. The patient’s course

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Presented by: Rebecca L. Caires, Anne H. Gross, Todd A. Pickard, and Kristi Stiffler

Moderated by: Timothy Kubal

Defining the Problem The COVID-19 pandemic was undoubtedly an accelerator for departures in healthcare. Recruitment and retention have posed challenges in the field for years, but since the pandemic, strategies pertaining to these metrics have

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Alyssa A. Schatz, Lindsey Bandini, and Robert W. Carlson

US healthcare systems have been deeply impacted by significant societal shifts over the past several years. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with healthcare, political narratives have impacted how healthcare is perceived and