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Collective Action for Solutions
The COVID-19 and Cancer Coalition is a group of over 30 key oncology thought leaders and stakeholders. This coalition is working to understand the current and ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of people impacted by cancer and develop evidence-based solutions in response.
As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, cancer patients and survivors have found it challenging to receive necessary health care and support services. In the wake of the pandemic, many are experiencing barriers to care such as financial strain and mental health stressors. Evidence regarding the short- and long-term impact of the pandemic on people impacted by cancer is evolving and must be captured in order to develop lessons learned and ultimately solutions.
- Academy of Oncology Patient and Nurse Navigators
- American Association for Cancer Research
- American Cancer Society
- American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
- American Institute for Cancer Research
- American Lung Association
- American Society of Clinical Oncology
- American Telemedicine Association
- Association of American Cancer Institutes
- Association of Community Cancer Centers
- Association of Oncology Social Work
- Bristol Myers Squibb
- Cancer Support Community
- Colorectal Cancer Alliance
- Community Oncology Alliance
- Go2 Foundation for Lung Cancer
- International Myeloma Foundation
- Susan G. Komen
- Lilly Oncology
- LUNGevity Foundation
- Lymphoma Research Foundation
- Melanoma Research Foundation
- MJH Life Sciences
- The Myeloma Crowd
- National Comprehensive Cancer Network
- National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
- Prevent Cancer Foundation
A CSC study investigates the impact of COVID-19 on cancer patients and survivors’ well-being.
Watch this brief video about how to cope with feelings of sadness and isolation during the pandemic.
Find helpful links, information, and resources to assist during COVID-19.
How can health equity be improved in the COVID-19 response? We review barriers and opportunities.
Use of these services experienced a rapid growth during the pandemic. How can they support health equity?
Explore nearly 50 COVID-19 resources, from screening guidelines to vaccination information.