1. Minor cancer scare mid lockdown is terrifying, believe me – we can’t let Covid stop treatment  The Sun
  2. Fewer cancer diagnoses during the COVID-19 epidemic in the Netherlands  The Lancet
  3. Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Cancer treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic  Mayo Clinic
  4. Onc Daily: Cancer Deaths Rise After Pandemic, Single RT Underused  Medscape
  5. Robbinsdale students determined to support cancer patients, survivors with online relay  KARE 11
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Minor cancer scare mid lockdown is terrifying, believe me – we can’t let Covid stop treatment – The Sun

These are the most important oncology stories you need to know about today.These are the most important oncology stories you need to know about today.

Onc Daily: Cancer Deaths Rise After Pandemic, Single RT Underused

“After 3 of our cancer patients were found #COVID19 positive in Delhi, we took proactive steps of conducting special screening for Assam's stranded cancer patients in Mumbai. The screening of 202 patients by a private lab shall allay apprehensions. We hope for best. #AssamCares”

Himanta Biswa Sarma on Twitter: "After 3 of our cancer patients were found #COVID19 positive in Delhi, we took proactive steps of conducting special screening for Assam's stranded cancer patients in Mumbai. The screening of 202 patients by a private lab shall allay apprehensions. We hope for best. #AssamCares… https://t.co/GzOg6IjFjI"

“Sherelle Jacobs: “Is it the right thing to compromise ten lives to save one? Or to kill a cancer patient to spare a Covid sufferer?””

Roger Helmer on Twitter: "Sherelle Jacobs: “Is it the right thing to compromise ten lives to save one? Or to kill a cancer patient to spare a Covid sufferer?”"

“Just in: @ChildrensNatl for the first time accepting patients UNDER 30 w/cancer, sickle cell or respiratory problems that may be COVID-19 positive, negative or pending test results "after city & regional surge programs go into effect & adult capacity becomes constrained." @wusa9”

Delia Gonçalves on Twitter: "Just in: @ChildrensNatl for the first time accepting patients UNDER 30 w/cancer, sickle cell or respiratory problems that may be COVID-19 positive, negative or pending test results "after city & regional surge programs go into effect & adult capacity becomes constrained." @wusa9"

“My team has been working with cancer patients whose hospital treatments are on hold during #COVID19. Many had to shift to take home cancer drugs, which are not covered and can cost more than $2000/month. The gov't must cover the cost of these drugs now. https://t.co/ToXkaWboc6”

Bhutila Karpoche on Twitter: "My team has been working with cancer patients whose hospital treatments are on hold during #COVID19. Many had to shift to take home cancer drugs, which are not covered and can cost more than $2000/month. The gov't must cover the cost of these drugs now. https://t.co/ToXkaWboc6"

The study, published in the journal Cancer Discovery, is the largest so far to assess outcomes for patients with cancer who have also been infected with Covid-19. The study, published in the journal Cancer Discovery, is the largest so far to assess outcomes for patients with cancer who have also been infected with Covid-19.

Cancer Patients May Face High Risk of Death from Covid-19, Reveals Study - News18

Postponing clinic visits and surgery is hardly in the best interest of all patients with cancer. While it is unclear whether elective cancer surgery is safe during this period, alternatives are equally ambiguous. In some cancers, delaying surgery is associated with poor cancer outcomes.Postponing clinic visits and surgery is hardly in the best interest of all patients with cancer. While it is unclear whether elective cancer surgery is safe during this period, alternatives are equally ambiguous. In some cancers, delaying surgery is associated with poor cancer outcomes.

How Covid-19 is impacting on cancer care in SA

To advance cancer research, doctors often share n-of-1 results about treatments that work and those that don't. We should be doing the same for Covid-19.To advance cancer research, doctors often share n-of-1 results about treatments that work and those that don't. We should be doing the same for Covid-19.

Cancer research offers faster ways to ID new Covid-19 treatments - STAT

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