The Challenges of COVID-19 with Obesity-Related Cancers
Dalamaga, Maria (editor)
Nasiri-Ansari, Narjes (editor)
Spyrou, Nikolaos (editor)
This reprint emphasizes the perspectives and challenges surrounding COVID-19 and obesity-related cancers, including but not limited to the risk factors of severe COVID-19 in cancer patients; the complications of COVID-19 in cancer patients; the challenges in cancer treatment and surgery; guidelines for cancer care during COVID-19; delayed diagnosis and suboptimal cancer management; the impact of COVID-19 on cancer screening, early diagnosis and cancer presentation; immune response after SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination in cancer patients; psychological distress among cancer survivors; telehealth in cancer care; the role of diet and nutraceuticals in the prevention of severe COVID-19 and cancer; and the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on cancer research.
KeywordsCOVID-19; neutropenia; G-CSF treatment; respiratory failure; colorectal neoplasms; gastrointestinal neoplasms; immune checkpoint inhibitors; neoplasms; oncogenic viruses; oncolytic virotherapy; post-acute COVID-19 syndrome; reactive oxygen species; tumor escape; SARS-CoV-2; thyroid cancer; differentiated thyroid cancer; COVID-19 severity; inflammation; immunity; oxidative stress; obesity; SARS-Cov-2; oncology; cancer screening; clinical trials; melanoma; management; pandemic; teledermatology; diagnostic delay; immunotherapy; vaccination; lymph adenopathy; cancer; nutraceuticals; supplements; colorectal; meta-analysis; gynecologic oncology; malignancy; blood cancer; hematologic malignancy; leukemia; lymphoma; multiple myeloma; myelodysplasia; breast cancer; cancer care; screening; surgery; psychological distress; cancer therapies; immunogenicity; safety; vaccine hesitancy; tumor subtype; mortality; intensive care unit; medico-administrative data; France; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023