COVID-19 Cases Spiking, Cancer Patients Need To Stay Vigilant, Be Careful of Crowds and Travel

Published Jun 12, 2020

COVID-19 Cases Spiking, Cancer Patients Need To Stay Vigilant, Be Careful of Crowds and Travel

Don't let cancer symptoms go unchecked, says the American Cancer Society's Chief Medical Officer. It's time to schedule screenings but stay vigilant with precautions.

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