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Telemedicine use in cancer care increases in pandemic (access required)

In pre-COVID days, except in rare instances of geographical distance or a lack of specialized oncologists, medical appointments for cancer care were held at a clinic in an oncologist’s office. That all changed in March when social distancing restrictions affected doctor-patient meetings of every kind including doctor visits for cancer treatment. Suddenly, modern day doctors started ...
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