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Transitional Care during
the COVID-19 Pandemic

The South Florida Cancer Association has three transitional care programs with the objective of providing support to our most vulnerable, and marginalized populations. For more information, please see the below pages.


Transitional Care during COVID-19 for African-American Cancer Patients

Transitional Care during COVID-19 for African-American Cancer Patients

African-American cancer patients undergoing treatment are often incapable of maintaining employment. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have had a significant impact in blocking the ability for those residing within the African American communities to earn income. To Continue Reading, Click Here...

Transitional Care during COVID-19 for Cancer Patients

Transitional Care during COVID-19 for Cancer Patients

Cancer patients undergoing treatment are often incapable of maintaining employment. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have had a significant impact in blocking the ability to earn income. To Continue Reading, Click Here...



Immigrants

Transitional Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic for Undocumented Immigrants

South Florida has one of the highest undocumented immigrant populations in the U.S. Unfortunately, undocumented immigrants are a particularly vulnerable population. To Continue Reading, Click Here...



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