COVID-19 Can Be Very Bad For Cancer Patients Who’ve Just Completed Certain Types Of Treatments, Says New Study

Published Sep 21, 2020

COVID-19 Can Be Very Bad For Cancer Patients Who’ve Just Completed Certain Types Of Treatments, Says New Study

Researchers found that some cancer patients who have undergone treatments such as chemotherapy and immunotherapy may be at higher risk of death if they come down with COVID-19.

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