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Arthur L. Caplan, PhD, on Ethics, Cancer, and COVID-19

AACR Virtual Meeting: COVID-19 and Cancer 2020

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Arthur L. Caplan, PhD, of New York University–Langone Health, discusses the areas in cancer care that need to be improved in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, including a better definition of essential medical services based on the potential to save lives, offer good quality of life, and ease patients’ concerns about coming for treatment (Symposium 7).



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