30% of Women Say They Have Delayed Mammograms Due to COVID-19, 45% Tell SurvivorNet They’re Now More Nervous About Going to the Doctor

Published Oct 1, 2020

30% of Women Say They Have Delayed Mammograms Due to COVID-19, 45% Tell SurvivorNet They're Now More Nervous About Going to the Doctor

In a survey conducted by SurvivorNet, women revealed they have been significantly neglecting their breast health due to fear surrounding the COVID-19 virus.

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