Closing the cancer care gap

February 8, 2024- Every February, the oncology community commemorates World Cancer Day, an initiative designed to unite the world in the fight against the global cancer epidemic. Cardinal Health is focused on enabling independent community oncology practices to continue to deliver care to patients where they want to receive it—in the local community. According to Cardinal Health, to move the field forward and realize the full promise of emerging technologies and therapies, physicians must help community oncology practices address the fundamental issues their patients face today.

For instance, step one of enrolling a patient in a genomics clinical trial should be ensuring patients can access and read consent forms, regardless of smartphone access or native language. Going back to basics with technology to combat barriers to care and enabling community oncology practice success, together we can help close the cancer care gap not just for World Cancer Day, but every day.

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