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Bioethical considerations for cancer patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic

According to recently published Chinese data, there is no increase in the incidence of COVID-19 infection in cancer patients; however, cancer patients had a higher incidence of serious events (hospitalization, respiratory complications and intensive care unit [ICU] admission) compared with non-cance... Full description

Journal Title: Future oncology (London England), 2020-12-01, Vol.16 (34), p.2779-2781
Main Author: Kourie, Hampig Raphael
Other Authors: Eid, Roland , Gh Haddad, Fady , Scheuer, Michel , Tomb, Roland
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Publisher: England: Future Medicine Ltd
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  • Bioethics
  • Coronaviruses
  • COVID-19
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  • Health Services Accessibility
  • Humans
  • Intensive care
  • Intensive Care Units
  • medical ethics
  • Neoplasms - therapy
  • outbreak
  • pandemic
  • Pandemics
  • Patient Care - ethics
  • Personal Autonomy
  • principles
  • Social Justice
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description: According to recently published Chinese data, there is no increase in the incidence of COVID-19 infection in cancer patients; however, cancer patients had a higher incidence of serious events (hospitalization, respiratory complications and intensive care unit [ICU] admission) compared with non-cancer patients (2). According to some preliminary data from China, certain cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and immunotherapy are likely to increase the risk of serious complications due to SARS-CoV-2 infection (2). [...]it is well known that chemotherapy can compromise the immune system of cancer patients and increase their risk of infection. [...]the COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly elucidated an imbalance between medical needs and the available resources in health management. [...]physicians are obliged to choose and select the patients who will benefit from a mechanical ventilator.
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