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Pandemic Deepens Cancer’s Stress And Tough Choices

Alexea Gaffney battles health issues every day on multiple fronts. As an infectious disease doctor in Stony Brook, N.Y., she treats patients who have COVID-19. And two years ago, at age 37, she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. Read the full article here on National Public Radio (NPR).

COVID-19 Disrupting Cancer Care and Clinical Research

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on cancer care and research, according to research presented earlier this month during the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) COVID-19 and Cancer virtual meeting. Read the full article here on Medscape.

Hospitals Vow to Fight Court of Appeals 340B Ruling

Reimbursements that HHS imposed for certain medications administered in outpatient clinics of 340B hospitals were based on a “reasonable interpretation of the Medicare statute” and can remain, a 3-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled July 31, 2020.1 Read the full article here on American Journal of Managed

Roadmap to Reducing Colorectal Cancer Deaths

Fewer people would die of colorectal cancer if health care providers adopted a new model of screening that combines better risk assessment, more options for noninvasive testing and more targeted referrals for colonoscopy. Read the full article here on RUSH University Medical Center.

Nation’s Cancer Doctors Say Home-Based Anticancer Therapy Without Oncologist Oversight, Safety Protocols, is Not a Safe Alternative to Outpatient Care

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — One of the nation’s leading cancer organizations says home infusion of anticancer therapy is currently not a safe alternative to outpatient treatment. The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)—which has recently issued a guide to cancer care delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic and, previously, standards on the safe handling of hazardous drugs—released a