Dr. Constantine Mantz recalls a patient he saw recently who had noticed a lump in her breast very early in the year.

“She was unable to go for her mammograms and ultrasounds as had been prescribed by her family physician because facilities had shut themselves down,” said Mantz, a radiation oncologist and chief policy officer at 21st Century Oncology.

It wasn’t until late July that the patient had a biopsy, and in the intervening months, the mass in her breast had doubled in size.

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