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Alexa Wilden, Aishwarya Sannareddy, Hetal Patel, Shraddha Kansagra, Gurbakhash Kaur, Praveen Ramakrishnan, Prapti Patel, Ansh Mehta, and Ankit Kansagra

two monoclonal antibodies (MAbs), casirivimab/imdevimab and bamlanivimab, for treating mild/moderate COVID-19. In this real-world retrospective study, we aim to evaluate the efficacy of monoclonal antibody therapy in patients with and without a history

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Rihab Melliti, R. Melliti, S. Tbessi, A. Chamsi, H. Ouaz, F. Bouguerra, S. Belajouza, N. Bouzid, and S. Tebra

INTRODUCTION : Coronavirus vaccination is strongly recommended for cancer patients. However, there is a limited data regarding cancer patients’ attitudes towards COVID -19 vaccination. We aim to evaluate cancer patients’ willingness to take

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Nayha Tahir, Grace Ying, Sonika Prasad, and Aatma Ram

have an active mammogram order in their chart given they were either due for an annual exam or declined new order. The remaining 57 patients did not complete their mammogram for various reasons. These included but not limited to COVID-19 pandemic

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Resources for the Cancer Care Community NCCN recognizes the rapidly changing medical information relating to COVID-19 in the oncology ecosystem, but understands that a forum for sharing best practices and specific

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many personal stories our staff submitted for inclusion in our World Cancer Day challenge.” Over the past 12 months, NCCN has also worked to maintain and optimize quality cancer care during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This work includes guidance

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Information on Third mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Added to NCCN Guidance for People With Cancer NCCN announced significant updates to the NCCN: Cancer and COVID-19 Vaccination guidance. This is the fourth version of NCCN’s COVID-19 vaccination

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Emily A. Harlan and Andrew G. Shuman

COVID-19 pandemic. 1 Drug shortages are a systematic problem: a manifestation of perverse incentives for pharmaceutical companies and other stakeholders, and of the fundamentally broken healthcare system in which we work. Drug shortages are often a

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NCCN 2021 Virtual Annual Conference Addresses Cancer Care in a Year of Crisis and Innovation New recommendations to advance racial equity, ways to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer care, and ongoing strategies for

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NCCN Updates Recommendations for COVID-19 Vaccination With Information on Bivalent Vaccines, Children With Cancer, and Other Developments NCCN has released updated recommendations from the NCCN Advisory Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination and

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NCCN Cancer Experts Answer Questions About COVID-19 Vaccines NCCN has published new guidance on COVID-19 vaccines for people with cancer, intended to clear up confusion for patients and caregivers. The new 4-page patient guide is based on the