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CCC19 Registry Launched to Understand COVID-19 in Patients with Cancer

A multi-institutional collaborative registry, titled the CCC19 Registry, was created in order to quickly gather details from healthcare professionals related to patients with cancer suspected or confirmed of having the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) resulting from infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. 

The survey, which was launched by principle investigator Jeremy L. Warner, MD, MS, and colleagues, is comprised of 4 parts, including patient demographic information, COVID-19 diagnosis and course of illness, cancer diagnosis and treatment details, and information about the healthcare professional.

Outside of Warner, the collaborative effort included Aakash Desai, MD, an internal medicine resident at University of Connecticut and soon-to-be fellow at Mayo Clinic; Ali Khaki, MD, fellow at University of Washington, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Gary Lyman, MD, of Fred Hutchinson…

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