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Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 7 - COVID-19 and Oncological Diseases

Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 7 - COVID-19 and Oncological Diseases
  • Oncology

Professor Fortunato Ciardiello heads the Medical Oncology, and Laboratory of Experimental Therapeutics Department, at the Seconda University of Napoli, Naples, Italy. In Episode 7 of the Covid (r)Evolution series, Dr Loretta D’Onofrio, from the Medical Oncology Department at Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, interviews Professor Ciardiello on the clinical consequences of the SARS Covid-19 Pandemic on cancer care.

Highly published, and heavily involved in cutting edge developments in the field of Cancer Research, Professor Ciardiello draws from his extensive experience to highlight best practice methods, giving advice to Cancer patients and clinicians on how best to operate in the climate of Covid-19.

This interview series was made possible thanks to the unrestricted donations received by the EXCEMED Foundation

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