In-person cancer annual meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic: What you need to know

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Professional societies are implementing measures to limit transmission of SARS-CoV-2 at conferences, as oncology groups reconvene in-person annual meetings for the first time since early 2020. The American Society of Clinical Oncology will require proof of vaccination, encourage indoor masking, and provide masks onsite—regardless of mandates and regulations—at its upcoming annual meeting June 3-7 in...

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