Getting the news that you have cancer is overwhelming, frightening in and of itself, but the COVID-19 pandemic adds another layer of worry and anxiety. Dr. Stephanie Graff, director of the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute, says cancer care has not paused because of the coronavirus, it just looks a bit different.

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