2023
DOI: 10.1002/cam4.6028
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Impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on cancer healthcare utilization in southwestern China to March 2021

Abstract: Background Oncological care has been disrupted worldwide during the COVID‐19 pandemic. We aimed to quantify the long‐term impact of the pandemic on cancer care utilization and to examine how this impact varied by sociodemographic and clinical factors in southwestern China, where the Dynamic Zero‐COVID Strategy was implemented. This strategy mainly included lockdowns, stringent testing, and travel restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID‐19. Method We identified 859,497 episodes of the utilization of cancer … Show more

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