• Ukrainian Lymphoma Registry reports seeing half as many patients during war

    2 days ago - By Healio

    NEW ORLEANS - Since war started in Ukraine, tertiary care centers focused on treating cancers saw a 56% decline in patients with lymphoma, a presenter said.
    “On February 24, 2022, a full-scale armed conflict broke out in Ukraine, including Kyiv, leading to the displacement of the population to safer regions,” Yana Stepanishyna, PhD, of the National Cancer Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine, said during her poster presentation. “As a consequence, many lymphoma patients lost the opportunity to be referred to specialized hematologic centers, and to be treated according to the most
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