Cancer Screenings Dropped By More Than 75% at Start of Pandemic — Don’t Delay Yours Any Longer

Published Jan 23, 2021

Cancer Screenings Dropped By More Than 75% at Start of Pandemic — Don’t Delay Yours Any Longer

Study confirms that most people didn't get their routine cancer screenings during first wave of pandemic. As a result, cancers don't get diagnosed as early.

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