Looking Ahead in 2022

By Jennifer Beeman

Dear friends,

Finally, it’s 2022. We really hoped we’d be turning a corner on the pandemic with the new year, especially after last summer gave us a lovely impression of normality. Then Omicron -the game changer- arrived and now we find ourselves confined, again, with need of another vaccine dose and our own feelings of isolation. As a cancer group, we are anxious about the strain on our health care system and particularly worried about the postponement of surgeries and a whole range of important treatments. The huge impact of Omicron on all healthcare workers, everyone from specialists to cleaners is foremost in our thoughts.

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