Since SARS-CoV-2 infection rapidly spread around the world, Italy has quickly become one of the most affected countries. Healthcare systems introduced strict infection control measures to ensure optimal care, especially in frail groups such as cancer patients (pts). This study investigated the efficacy of SARS-CoV-2 pre-procedure screening and whether COVID-19 influenced timely diagnosis and therapy.

Performing oncological procedures during COVID-19 outbreak: a picture from an Italian cancer center

Bungaro, Maristella;Bertaglia, Valentina;Audisio, Marco;Parlagreco, Elena;Pisano, Chiara;Cetoretta, Valeria;Persano, Irene;Jacobs, Francesca;Baratelli, Chiara;Consito, Lorena;Reale, Maria Lucia;Tabbò, Fabrizio;Bironzo, Paolo;Scagliotti, Giorgio Vittorio;Novello, Silvia
2021-01-01

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Since SARS-CoV-2 infection rapidly spread around the world, Italy has quickly become one of the most affected countries. Healthcare systems introduced strict infection control measures to ensure optimal care, especially in frail groups such as cancer patients (pts). This study investigated the efficacy of SARS-CoV-2 pre-procedure screening and whether COVID-19 influenced timely diagnosis and therapy.
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COVID-19; cancer care; diagnosis; oncological procedures; prevention
Bungaro, Maristella; Bertaglia, Valentina; Audisio, Marco; Parlagreco, Elena; Pisano, Chiara; Cetoretta, Valeria; Persano, Irene; Jacobs, Francesca; B...espandi
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