Men’s Health: The Intersection of Cancer Survivorship, Health Equity and Socioeconomic Factors

Men’s Health: The Intersection of Cancer Survivorship, Health Equity and Socioeconomic Factors

LIVE Session Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 01:00 PM Eastern

Overall, in the United States; the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a reduction in the utilization of some healthcare preventative services as well as cancer services. As referenced in the article Cancer Care During and After the Pandemic, the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted populations along the “cancer continuum through interruption, delays, and altered modes of screening, diagnosis, and treatment as well as follow-up and palliative care. Cancer screening, early detection, and diagnosis pathways must be reinstated and prioritized according to people’s risk of both COVID-19 and cancer.”