Cancer Patients Urged to Get Second COVID Vaccine Shot Sooner After New Research Shows Less Protection

Updated March 15th, 2021

Cancer Patients Urged to Get Second COVID Vaccine Shot Sooner After New Research Shows Less Protection

The study found that three weeks after the first dose of the vaccine, patients with solid cancers such as colon or breast cancer had an antibody response rate of 39%.

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