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Lung cancer patients are more likely to worry about receiving bad news if offered a virtual (video or telephone) appointment, says a new report published today1 (26th November 2020) – supported by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, British Thoracic Oncology Group, Lung Cancer Nursing UK and UK Lung Cancer Coalition. The report, which examines patients and health professionals’ perspectives on the increased use of virtual consultations in response to COVID-19, reveals around half of lung cancer patients would be ‘worried’ or ‘extremely worried’ if offered a video or telephone appointment (50 and 41 percent respectively) during the pandemic.  Nearly all patients (95 per cent), who were surveyed as part

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