In 2020, there was reportedly a 40 percent drop in patients diagnosed with cancer globally, highlighting the disruption the pandemic has had on cancer care.
While the number of cancer patients is projected to increase in the coming years, the world is also on the cusp of new cancer treatments that include approaches in immuno-oncology and molecular oncology.
What you will find in The 2021 Oncology Report
The free 2021 Oncology Report was developed with data-driven insights from leading technology research provider Omdia, and with the support of UCLA Health, which offers inpatient and outpatient cancer care at hospitals on its campus and community-based oncology practices across Southern California.
Its pages deep dive into the impact of COVID-19 on cancer care and oncology diagnostic equipment, along with projections for the years ahead.
The report also looks at how a new CAR T approach minimises resistance and helps avoid relapse in non-Hodgkin’s B-cell lymphoma, and how quality in cancer care can be ensured through new techniques.
Download the free report