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Coordination of CareCOVID-19 & Cancer

How are Hospitals Keeping Patients Safe During the Pandemic?

Hospitals and medical providers are following safety and cleaning guidelines and considering capacity to minimize risk of COVID-19 for patients.
Video Library – June 7, 2021
Andrea Dwyer, BS
Program Director, Instructor, The Colorado School of Public Health and University of Colorado Cancer Center;
Advisor, Fight Colorectal Cancer, Research and Patient Education

Hospitals and medical providers are following safety and cleaning guidelines and considering capacity to minimize risk of COVID-19 for patients.

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