COVID-19 has had widespread impacts on most areas of health care. Cancer treatment, including that of <a href="\/mesothelioma\/">malignant mesothelioma<\/a>, has been no exception.\r\n\r\nSome of these changes have proven bothersome. It can be stressful to wear a mask and undergo temperature screenings prior to medical appointments.\r\n\r\nOther changes have provided distinct advantages over the former status quo. One such change is the <a href="\/blog\/the-importance-of-telehealth-for-mesothelioma-cancer-patients-during-coronavirus-outbreak\/">widespread adoption of telemedicine<\/a>. In fact, several recent studies investigated the merits of telemedicine in cancer care. According to those studies, telemedicine has at least three benefits for cancer patients, including those <a href="\/mesothelioma\/diagnosis\/">diagnosed with mesothelioma<\/a>.