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CDC releases infection prevention plan for outpatient oncology setting

Medical Environment Update, January 1, 2012

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Oncology clinics traditionally house some of the most vulnerable patients when it comes to contracting dangerous infections, further compounding the already debilitating effects of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy. Because of this, it's doubly important that oncology clinics have a plan in place to protect their patient ­population.

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