Seeing beyond COVID-19: understanding the impact of the pandemic on oncology, and the importance of preparedness

History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 42 (4):1-5 (2020)
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Abstract

The impact of this pandemic is not only through COVID-19 itself: the care for non-COVID-19 related conditions has been dramatically curtailed, shaking entire healthcare services around the world. Amongst the non-COVID-19 related conditions, oncology has been disproportionally affected. We discuss how oncology has changed since the acute phase of the pandemic; its impact on clinicians, trainees, and patients; and offer some medical and historical perspectives to reflect on how this impact could be reduced.

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