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Jacek Jassem, MD, PhD, on Fighting COVID-19 and Cancer: The View From Poland

COVID-19 and Cancer Care

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Jacek Jassem, MD, PhD, of the Medical University of Gdansk, and an international editor on The ASCO Post Editorial Board, talks about the situation in Poland, how his institution is coping, and the adjustments the staff has made to deliver quality cancer care. Filmed April 17, 2020.



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