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COVID-19 Educational Resources

Cancer in the Time of Coronavirus: The COVID-19 Vaccine

On Jan. 8, the Florida Cancer Control and Research Advisory Council (CCRAB), North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NCFCCC), and UF Health Cancer Center hosted Cancer in the Time of Coronavirus: The COVID-19 Vaccine webinar on Zoom. In this webinar, speakers Christopher Cogle, M.D., and…

Hurricane Preparedness: Considerations for Cancer Patients and Survivors in a Pandemic

On Aug. 6, the American Cancer Society, North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NCFCCC), and UF Health Cancer Center hosted Hurricane Preparedness: Considerations for Cancer Patients and Survivors in a Pandemic webinar on Zoom. In this webinar, speakers John MacDonald, Levy County Emergency Management; Sue Colson, R.N., City…

COVID-19 + Cancer Webinars

The UF Health Cancer Center’s Community Outreach and Engagement office facilitated two live webinars on cancer and COVID-19 that reached almost 650 people. Cancer in the Time of Coronavirus, a webinar with Chris Cogle, M.D., and Amar Kelkar, M.D., was hosted…

Get the answers to cancer-related COVID-19 questions

Stay-at-home restrictions are beginning to lift in several areas across the United States, but immunosuppressed cancer patients are still at high risk of falling seriously ill from the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

A Cancer Patient’s Guide to COVID-19

Cancer doesn’t stop — not even for the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19. The unknowns related to the virus are leaving people concerned, especially cancer patients who may have weakened immune systems as a result of cancer treatment and/or may be older.