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The National Cancer Institute answers some of your questions regarding the novel coronavirus.
I write this post to address one fundamental question: How do we feel normal, when so much around us is changing?
Below are some items that I found are great to have on hand when you have less access to the store or supplies.
Alabama state pandemic guidance advises denying ventilators for use by people with metastatic cancer, AIDS and end-stage liver disease.
Although people over 60 are at greatest risk, younger people can develop serious complications from the new coronavirus too.
A study out of China found cancer patients had a higher coronavirus risk, possibly because of hospital visits.
“As far as we know, immunotherapy on its own would not make patients more susceptible to COVID-19."
There is a broad community of immunosuppressed residents who long ago adopted the habits public officials now tout to avoid contagion.
Screening mammograms should be postponed until later this year—or longer, if the coronavirus crisis continues.
The FDA offers researchers new guidance to help keep trials on track.
The free facilities serve tens of thousands of people with cancer and caregivers each year.
A bot named Clara helps Americans determine whether they need medical care for COVID-19.
Infectious disease researchers worry about their ability to continue working as supplies of N95 respirators dwindle.
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