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* Disproportionate Burden of COVID-19 & Cancer on People of Color * Why COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Has Never Been More Important for People Living with Cancer * Concerns about Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines * Taking Your COVID-19 Vaccine on Schedule - Adherence * Benefits of COVID-19 Vaccine * What are Social Determinants of Health * Food & Pharmacy Deserts * Influence of the Local & Regional Environment in Which You Live * COVID-19’s Effect on Health Care Systems * How Race May Impact: * Access to Oncology Care * Management of Treatment Side Effects & Pain * How Housing, Cost of Treatment & Care Affect Your Health * Food Insecurity: Practical Resources to Increase Your Access to Food * How Telehealth May Help in Advancing Your Health Equity * Guidelines to Communicate with Your Health Care Team * Roadmap to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions & Discussion of OpenNotes * Questions for Our Panel of Experts