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ASTRO survey: Fewer patients despite enhanced safety measures at radiation oncology clinics – EurekAlert

ARLINGTON, Va., May 20, 2020 – Despite facing challenges such as limited access to personal protective equipment (PPE) following the COVID-19 outbreak, radiation oncology clinics quickly implemented safety and process enhancements that allowed them to continu…

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