Cancer Screenings Have Dropped Nearly 70% Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic — Delays In Routine Checkups Disrupt Early Detection

Published May 4, 2020

Cancer Screenings Have Dropped Nearly 70% Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic — Delays In Routine Checkups Disrupt Early Detection

Covid-19 has forced patients to delay routine checkups, leading cancer screenings to drop nearly 70% nationally and even more in hard hit cities. How will this affect early detection?

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