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  • Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)​

    Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)​ > Information for Screening Program clients is available here . > Information for physicians is available here . Information for Patients COVID-19 Measures Remain in Place in Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Facilities The...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/patients-and-families-alias/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19
  • COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine in Adult Patients with Cancer

    COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine in Adult Patients with Cancer Published January 7, 2021 Patients should continue to practice recommended public health measures for prevention of COVID-19 infection regardless of vaccination status. These recommendations relate to...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/25-health-professionals-category/clinical-resources-category/174-covid-19-mrna-vaccine-in-adult-patients-with-cancer
  • COVID-19 - Information for Physicians

    COVID-19 Testing in Asymptomatic Cancer Patients Receiving Cancer Treatment Based on the recent announcement from the Ministry of Health, asymptomatic cancer patients on treatment are now eligible to be tested for COVID-19. The Saskatchewan Cancer...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/health-professionals-alias/covid-19-information-for-physicians
  • COVID-19 - Information for Screening Program Clients

    COVID-19 Cancer Screening Programs Updates The early detection programs at the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency are operational. The Screening Program for Breast Cancer is offering screening mammograms, and we are sending invitation letters to people who are...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/screening-article/covid-19-information-for-breast-screening-clients
  • FAQs for Cancer Patients About COVID-19

    FAQs for cancer patients about novel coronavirus COVID-19 While risk to Canadians remains low, novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is now confirmed in Saskatchewan. It is important for cancer patients and their families to know how to stay protected. As a...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/patients-and-families-articles/faqs-for-cancer-patients-about-covid-19
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Patients

    COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Patients All cancer patients should get a COVID-19 vaccine. - Any of the available COVID-19 vaccines can be used for cancer patients. - Although vaccine efficacy may be less in those on active treatment, don’t delay —...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/patients-and-families-articles/covid-19-vaccine-information-for-patients
  • COVID-19 - Support Persons/Family Proof of Vaccine or Negative Test

    Effective December 1 Proof of Vaccine or Negative COVID-19 Test Required for Support Persons/Family/Visitors The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency is committed to ensuring patients have the necessary supports available throughout their cancer journey. We...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/45-patients-and-families-category/patient-guide-category/182-support-persons-family-proof-of-vaccine-or-negative-test
  • Support Services Calendars

    Due to precautions around COVID 19, all community gatherings at Cancer Agency facilities are temporarily suspended. Some support services are available online. Support Services Calendars Cancer affects many people. As a result, most communities have...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/patients-and-families-articles/support-services-calendars
  • Patients & Families

    Beginning December 1, support persons/family will be required to provide proof of vaccination or a lab-confirmed negative COVID 19 test within 72 hours of visit to enter Saskatchewan Cancer Agency facilities. Details are available here . Proof of...

    http://www.saskcancer.ca/patients-and-families-articles

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