If You Have Cancer It’s More Important Than Ever to Get a Flu Shot Amid COVID-19

Published Sep 25, 2020

If You Have Cancer It’s More Important Than Ever to Get a Flu Shot Amid COVID-19

Doctors have been really clear that getting a combination of the flu and COVID-19 could be dangerous. If you've avoided the flu shot in the past you should reconsider this year, especially if you are battling cancer — but make sure to first consult your cancer care team.

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