23-Year-Old Mom is Told She Has Cancer Over Zoom After Doctor Cancels Office Visits; How to Get Better Care During These Challenging Times

Published Nov 26, 2020

23-Year-Old Mom is Told She Has Cancer Over Zoom After Doctor Cancels Office Visits; How to Get Better Care During These Challenging Times

A young woman was recently told she had a rare tissue cancer via Zoom, and had three appointments canceled due to COVID; the pandemic is leading to massive shifts to telemedicine for healthcare.

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