Saturday, April 20, 2024

ODANO works to ensure drug coverage for cancer patients

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Drugs are an important part of cancer treatment, yet patients often have difficulty accessing the coverage they need. The Oncology Drug Access Navigators of Ontario, also known as ODANO, are working to change that. Annette Hamm was joined by their director of education and operations, Shirley Chen.

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