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¿Qué sabemos sobre los efectos del COVID-19 en latinos con cáncer? Actualizaciones y recomendaciones.
En este video de discusión, el Dr. Narjust Duma habla con los Dres. Idalid "Ivy" Franco (Programa de Oncología Radioterápica de Harvard), Ana Velázquez Manana (Centro Integral de Cáncer Familiar Helen Diller de UCSF) y Luis Raez (Jefe de Hematología / Oncología y Director Médico - Memorial Cancer Institute).
Los médicos discuten la epidemiología y la cantidad actual de casos de COVID-19 en Latinx en los Estados Unidos y América Latina, y Covid y el cáncer en los latinos.
What do we know about the effects of COVID 19 in Latinos with Cancer? Updates and Recommendations
In this video discussion, Dr. Narjust Duma speaks with Drs. Idalid "Ivy" Franco (Harvard Radiation Oncology Program), Ana Velazquez Manana (UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center) and Luis Raez (Chief Hematology/Oncology and Medical Director - Memorial Cancer Institute).
The doctors discuss epidemiology and the current number of cases of COVID-19 in Latinx in the US and Latin America, and Covid and cancer in Latinos.
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