US FDA ‘Project Post COVIDity’ Will Track Infection Impact On Cancer Patients Using Real-World Data
Oncology Center of Excellence program will use the Evidence Accelerator to examine COVID’s impact on treatment initiation, regimen selection and therapeutic utilization, potential adverse sequalae, and outcomes.
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