A Former Paramedic, 48, Is Tragically Diagnosed with Advanced Lung Cancer After an 8-Month Delay to See His Doctor Because of COVID-19

Published Dec 29, 2020

A Former Paramedic, 48, Is Tragically Diagnosed with Advanced Lung Cancer After an 8-Month Delay to See His Doctor Because of COVID-19

In March 2020, Steve McGregor started having breathing difficulties and had to wait until May to get his chest X-Ray-ed; due to COVID-19 it took him 8 months to see his doctor, and he received a diagnosis of advanced lung cancer when he did.

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